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Daisy-like summer blooms: Kalimeris or Anthemis?

Posted by Nic2005 5 (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 7, 12 at 14:27

Our patch between the driveway and house has a succession of white daisy-like perennials:
Anacyclus Garden Gnome
Chrysanthemum Alaska
and Mum Daisy White

I need to fill in the blank after our planned Heliopsis Summer Sun was eaten by rabbits and I grew marestail unsuspectingly for two months. (Don't ask) :)

I'm having a hard time deciding between Anthemis E.C. Buxton and Kalimeris Daisy Mae for the main summer flush.

(Also sharing the space are Karl Foerester grass, Miscanthus Graziela, and Blue Festuca.)


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RE: Daisy-like summer blooms: Kalimeris or Anthemis?

Since one has white and the other lemony white daisy-like flowers, seems you could flip a coin. If both are readily available, if either or both has the height and spread you need, get a sample (or two) of each depending on your available space.

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