Dyer's chamomile (Cota tinctoria)
3.78 $ 3.78 $ 3.7800000000000002 CAD
Pretty little flower, similar to the daisy but entirely yellow. It will brighten up your garden with its abundant flowering from the end of June to the end of September. Dyer's chamomile will also delight pollinators. Its main interest, however, lies in the rich dye that can be obtained from it, as its name suggests. The dyers' chamomile makes it possible to naturally dye natural fibers yellow, buff or orange.

Latin name: Cota tinctoria
Common names: Dyer's chamomile, Anthemis tinctoria, dyer's chamomile, dyer's cota
English: Golden marguerite, yellow chamomile, oxeye chamomile, dyer's chamomile, Boston daisy, and Paris daisy.
Family: Asteraceae

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Dyer's Coreopsis
3.78 $ 3.78 $ 3.7800000000000002 CAD
Dyer's coreopsises are originally from the North American prairies. Their bloom is abundant, colorful, and a delight for pollinators. As its name suggests, it is commonly used for natural dyes. Coreopsis gives rich yellows, oranges, and rusty browns. It works especially well on fiber proteins such as wool and silk.