I'm considering trying to dig out the tansy on one side of the house. It's pretty and all, but it's in valuable southern-exposure real estate, and I want to put in some blueberry bushes. The Tansy also tends to grow tall, then flop over (on top of my echinacea) and looks messy. My question is - does Tansy have any redeeming qualities (medicinal? bug-repelling?) beyond the fact that it has pretty yellow flowers? Is it worth transplanting to a more remote and untended part of the yard? Or just pitch it into the field and see if it survives on it's own? I don't think I've ever seen bees on it. This may be a moot question. I may never get all the roots out anyway. And to be honest, I can't stand to kill a plant. I'll probably transplant it anyway!