Tanacetum niveum ‘Jackpot’ forms a mound of silvery-grey foliage, and bears small white, yellow-eyed daisies for several months. While perennial, Tanacetum niveum plants are short-lived, although they do tend to self-seed generously. Flowers are attractive to pollinators, including butterflies and hoverflies.
How do you care for Tanacetum?
How to care for Tanacetum. Once your Tanacetum are in full bloom you may wish to pinch back your plants to encourage a bushier growth habit. Once the flowering period has finished, lightly prune your plants and provide a feed as this will produce a further flush of flowers. Water thoroughly during periods of drought.