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Anthemis ‘Susanna Mitchell’
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Anthemis  Susanna Mitchell

<i>Anthemis</i> ‘Susanna Mitchell’

Anthemis

Anthemis ‘Susanna Mitchell’ full sun

Named after the English plantswoman who discovered it, this robust, yet graceful chance seedling provides a soothing place for the eye to rest. The low silver-green mound of finely feathered foliage looks decorative even before the many, many gold-centered, creamy yellow daisies appear. In harmony with the foliage, the versatile long blooming flowers pale to alabaster tones, mixing easily with hot or cool color schemes.

Blooms June–September.

Size: 2' high x 3' wide; hardy to zone 6.

Anthemis ‘Susanna Mitchell’ (P-1096)
Each $7.25
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