Tansy - Tanacetum vulgare
Tansy or Tanacetum vulgare, is a decorative and pungent perennial that was once important medicinally but is now seldom used, although the leaves and flowers can be harvested to use as an insect-repellent ingredient of pot-pourri.
Growing to 1.2m in dry, stony soil and a sunny site, Tansy will produce a beautiful display of finely divided compound leaves which are a rich green, and clusters of bright yellow button-like flowers held above on long stems in late summer.
Tansy is an easy-going plant that thrives, and may even be invasive, in most positions except where very wet, and it makes an excellent container plant when grown in a large pot and kept well-watered in summer.
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