‘Robinson’s Red’ Painted Daisy or Pyrethrum produces large daisy-like flowers with bright red petals surrounding the yellow eye. The blooms are held on long stems above the green fern-like foliage, making them a good cut flower. If deadheaded after the first blooming period in late spring, Tanacetum coccineum ‘Robinson’s Red’ will rebloom. Painted Daisies work best in mixed borders where they will be supported by other perennials around them.
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