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Kingdom  Plantae
Subfamily  Asteroideae
Scientific name  Anthemis
Rank  Genus
Order  Asterales
Tribe  Anthemideae
Higher classification  Anthemideae
Anthemis Anthemis Chamomile
Family  Asteraceae (Compositae)
Lower classifications  Anthemis arvensis, Anthemis cotula, Anthemis glaberrima, Cota tinctoria, Anthemis carpatica

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Anthemis is a genus of aromatic flowering plants in the family Asteraceae, closely related to Chamaemelum, and like that genus, known by the common name chamomile; some species are also called dog-fennel or mayweed. Anthemis are native to the Mediterranean region and southwest Asia east to Iran. A number of species have also become naturalized in the United Kingdom and other parts of the world.

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Anthemis species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Orthonama obstipata (The Gem) and Bucculatrix anthemidella, a leaf-miner which feeds exclusively on Anthemis tinctoria.

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Cultivation and uses

Anthemis Anthemis pseudocotula

Several species and cultivars are available for garden use. A. punctata subsp. cupaniana has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.

Species
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Anthemis Anthemis tinctoria 39EC Buxton dwarf39 Dorset Perennials

References

Anthemis Wikipedia


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