NEW FOR 2019! This perennial should be more widely known and grown. The intensely red petals make these a focal point in the garden, especially grown in masses. Begins blooming the second year, very attractive for butterflies and makes a long lasting cut flower. Blooms in late spring, and if cut back in early summer will rebloom through July. Leaves are medium green with fern-like pinnate dissections.
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Scientific Name: Tanacetum coccineum
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