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  • Tanacetum armenum syn. Leucanthemum armenum Snow daisy

    Dwarf subshrub covered with mound of silvery foliage and little white daisies in June to July

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    Dwarf subshrub covered with mound of silvery foliage and little white daisies in June to July

    Size: 5-6” x 8-10”
    Care: sun in well-drained soil
    Native: Turkey

    Collected before 1844

  • Tanacetum niveum Silver tansy, Snow tansy Z 5-9

    Profusion of small classic daisies May-July atop fragrant silver foliage

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    Profusion of small classic daisies May-July atop fragrant silver foliage

    Size: 2’ x 3’
    Care: sun in moist well drained soil

    Named by Carl Heinrich Schultz (1805-1867)

  • Telekia speciosa syn. Buphthalum speciosum Z 3-7

    Big, sunflower-like blooms but with the thinnest of petals

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    Big, sunflower-like blooms but with the  thinnest of  petals, deep yellow, with orange-yellow centers.  Flowers August – September

    Size: 4-6’ x 2-3’
    Care: sun to part shade in moist soil
    Native: mountains of southern Europe

    Collected in Translyvania before 1816

  • Tellima grandiflora Fringecups Z 4-8

    Pixie whitish fringed cups

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    Pixie whitish fringed cups bloom on 2′ tall panicle from May to July.

    Size: 12"x 8"
    Care: Part shade in moist well-drained to well-drained soil
    Native: Pacific Northwest to Alaska

    Nitinaht Indians of Vancouver Island and Canadian Indians chewed this as a panacea and also to prevent a person from dreaming about necrophilia.  The western Washington Skagit Indians took a mixture including pounded Fringecup to enhance appetite and to heal all ailments.  1st collected by Scotman Archibald Menzies around 1790 on the Vancouver expedition.  Introduced in 1826.