Single, yellow daisy-type flowers have peachy/apricot overtones. This vigorous, old-fashioned perennial chrysanthemum is easy to grow. It forms dense clumps that benefit from division every 2-3 years. Well-drained, poor soil is best.
Consider cutting the foliage back to half its height before July 4th if more compact plants are desired. Excellent cut flower that is attractive to butterflies.