Most species have finely divided leaves (often aromatic) and clusters of daisylike flowerheads. Some have gray to nearly white foliage.Tanacetum balsamita
Native Europe to central Asia. This weedy, rhizomatous plant is grown for its sweet-scented foliage (used in salads and sachets) rather than its tiny daisies. Leggy stems reach to 3 ft. tall; if these are cut back, the gray-green, finely scallop-edged basal leaves can make a nice edging for an herb garden. Divide clumps and reset divisions in late summer or fall.
Native to Texas and New Mexico. Grows to 2–3 ft. tall and 1 1/2 ft. wide. Blooms heavily, bearin...
Propagated from a plant collected at the abandoned farm of Rudolph Boysen in 1923, this fruit put Knot...
Grows to 20–35 ft. tall and 25–40 ft. wide. Open branching, giving slight shade. Leaves ar...