Daisy, The Blues Blue (Felicia heterophylla) - 50 Seeds
Looking for a plant that will give you a beautiful display of blue all summer and into fall? Look no further than The Blues Blue Daisy! This daisy is perfect for mass plantings or as a container plant, and its dense, low-to-the-ground growth habit makes it ideal as a ground cover.
•American grown seeds
•USDA Zones: 3-12
After the last frost of spring, direct sow on the surface of the soil and press down lightly for good soil contact. To start indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost, sow in a flat and press lightly into the top of lightly moistened soil. Keep the moisture consistent and the temperature around 70° until germination which usually takes place in 3 weeks. When the seedlings reach a height of several inches and the threat of frost is over, transplant them outdoors. These plants adapt to most soil conditions, but prefer a well draining, evenly moist soil. Water regularly until they reach maturity and then only occasionally from that point. To survive the winter, these must be in a very, very well draining soil. Like other plants such as lavenders, it's not the cold that hurts them, but water that freezes if the soil doesn't drain.
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