English Names: Golden Marguerite, Rock camomile.
Large daisylike golden flowers, one to two inches across, profusely borne on vigorous bushy stems two to three feet high. Foliage finely cut, fernlike. If planted in fairly large masses it makes a fine showing, but should always be framed by plants of strong foliage as its thin stems, and delicate leaves are apt to appear straggling. Excellent for the herbaceous border and cut flowers, especially useful for rather dry places. A perfectly hardy perennial of easiest culture; will thrive in almost any soil, but needs full exposure to the sun. Propagate by seed or division.