Chrysanthemum 'E.h. Wilson'

Family - Asteraceae
Category - Perennial
Season of Interest - Spring, Summer, Autumn
Hardiness - H4
Height - 80cm
Width - 50cm
Location - The Walled Garden

Description: A Perennial with a bushy, upright habit and dark stems. Divided, bright to mid-green leaves have pinnatisect lobing and are aromatic when crushed. Scented, double, daisy flowers are pale primrose yellow to ivory white and have golden centres. The flowerheads are held in sprays atop upright stems and are produced from early through late autumn. Excellent for use as cut flowers and attractive to pollinating insects.


Double, daisy-like flowers are composed of pale yellow to creamy white ray florets (petals) surrounding a central cluster of golden yellow disc florets. The flowerheads are held in sprays on upright stems and are produced from September through November.

Flower colour: Yellow, white

Flower shape: Daisy-like flowers (disc and ray florets) held in sprays

Flowering time: September, October, November


Aromatic, bright to mid-green Divided leaves have pinnatisect lobing. The leaves are Alternately arranged on dark stems.

Foliage Senescence: Deciduous

Foliage Shape: Divided with pinnatisect lobing

Poison Information:

This plant will cause discomfort if ingested.


Cuttings, division.


Best in full sun in fertile, well-drained soil.