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Unless otherwise noted, the following guides are for growing perennials from seed, and general care.

Tanacetum - Jackpot [Tanacetum niveum]
Zone 4 - 9
Light: Full Sun
Planting Date: Spring

This hardy perennial is so full of blooms, it can produce hundreds and hundreds of tiny daisy like blooms at once. Use in the perennial border or in mixed containers. The aromatic foliage forms a nice mound simillar to a chrysanthemum. Height 3 feet.

Start indoors 4-6 weeks before planting out. Sow onto a moist seed sowing soil. Cover lightly with vermiculite or soil and propagate at 18-20°C (65-70°F). Germination should begin to take place after 7 to 10 days. Maintain a temperature of 15°C (60°F) after germination. Plant out, after last frost date, into regular, well drained soil, in full sun location. Spacing 18-36" apart. They are very easy to grow, being tolerant of a wide range of conditions except very heavy wet soils. Flowers from mid to late summer.

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