Wild Dyer's Chamomile Seed
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Traditionally used to dye fabrics and papers...lovely yellow, Unique plant....prolific flowers Perennial 2015 seed available
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Perennial herb, native to Europe, traditionally used as a yellow dye for yarns, threads, fabrics and paper.
Also known as sweet marguerite, golden marguerite, ox-eye chamomile, Boston daisy or paris daisy
The flowers are used to produce a very cheery, natural yellow dye, and are also very popular with the pollinators.
Lovely, fernlike bluish green foliage makes a great backdrop for the loads of sunny yellow flowers that will appear in mid spring and continue blooming until frost.
Makes a lovely and unique specimen or border plant.
Flowers are very popular with pollinators
Start your seed 6-8 weeks before the last frost for your area. Germination can take from 1 to 3 weeks, so please be patient!!
Transplant outdoors in a sunny, well drained location. The plant will grow but remain fairly small the first year, and there will be no flowers the first year. The 2nd year the plant will really take off, and will bloom and bloom and bloom. Once established, requires no maintenance.
One packet contains a minimum of 100 fresh viable seed produced using natural methods, for the 2015 growing season
NO pesticides, herbicides or unnatural chemical fertilizers have been used in the production of any product offered in my online store here at LocalHarvest.org
My seeds are harvested and cleaned by hand, and are fresh for the season specified. I never sell old seed. As a result of hand cleaning, there may be some small amount of natural material (chafe) included with your seeds, especially the tiny ones. Just plant it with your seeds!
All seeds & plants are produced using natural methods.
Herbs are harvested by hand and cleaned and dried naturally
Tubers are dug as weather permits, and are generally shipped on Saturdays
All seed and dried herb orders are currently being shipped on Mondays.