A natural source of pyrethrins for insect control.
The flowers, typically white with a yellow center, grow from numerous, fairly rigid stems, producing an umbrella-shaped or even canopy. Plants have blue-green leaves. The centers of the flowers contain more pyrethrins than the outer petals. Harvest at full development 5-9 days following the first flower. Avg. 21,900 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.