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English Daisy

Bellis perennis. English Daisies are adorable little perennials that have long been beloved in European gardens. Tuck them into stone walls and beneath daffodils and tulips to add a dash of charm to your spring plantings. Toss fresh buds and flower petals like confetti into salads and soups. English Daisies abhor heat. In warmer climates, afternoon shade is a must, while in cooler climates full sun is best. Direct-sow seeds in late winter or early spring. Deer resistant. Biennial. HZ: 4-8. Late winter to early summer flowering. Height: 6".

Average seed life: 1 to 2 years.

The Monstrosa English Daisy Mixture

The Monstrosa English Daisy Mixture The Monstrosa English Daisy Mixture The Monstrosa English Daisy Mixture
The Monstrosa Mixture's rosy red, pink and white pompom flowers hover on leafless stems just 6" over a spreading mat of semi-evergreen foliage. Biennial. HZ: 4-8.

One packet of about 2,000 seeds
Catalog #7485
$3.75
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Availability: In stock

$3.75

Gardening Tips

English Daisy Sowing Instructions
Planting Depth
:1/16”
Seed Spacing:1”-2”
Plant Spacing:6”
Days to Germination:10-15 days
Germination Temperature:70°-75°F

Bellis perennis. English Daisies have long been beloved in European gardens. The pompon flowers hover on leafless stems just 6" over a spreading mat of semi-evergreen foliage. Tuck them into stone walls and beneath daffodils and tulips to add a dash of charm to your spring plantings. English Daisies abhor heat. In warmer climates, afternoon shade is a must, while in cooler climates full sun is best. Direct-sow seeds in the garden on top of the soil in late winter or early spring. Keep the seeds evenly moist until germination. When the seedlings are 2" to 3" tall, thin them to 6" apart. Supply them with plenty of moisture until they’re established, and then mulch to conserve soil moisture and restrain their rampant reseeding tendencies. Treat English Daisies as annuals in Horticultural Zones 8 to 10. Biennial to Perennial. Late winter to early spring flowering. Height: 6".

Shade Tolerance