Dimorphotheca Aurantiaca African Daisy Flowers - 1,000 Seeds

The Dirty Gardener

$ 1.51 

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These daisies emit colorful blooms of orange, yellow and apricot-toned daisies contrasting with dark centers make these flowers a bright feature for sunny beds. Low, spreading plants bloom profusely over long season. Drought resistant. In Arizona and California, plant in late summer for winter bloom. Excellent for borders and rock gardens as well as beds. After all danger of frost, sow in open ground. Cover with 1/4-inch soil. Prefers light, dry and not too rich soil. For earlier bloom, sow in flats indoors about 4 to 5 weeks before last frost. Bloom time: early spring - all summer. Hardiness zone: annual. Plant height: 12-inch; 50-60 days to bloom. Plant spacing 10-inch. Light requirements: sun . . . Soil / water: average - dry.

  • These hardy African beauties are perfect for flower gardens, rock gardens and borders
  • Produces 2-4 inch blooms in brilliant shades of white, yellow and orange
  • Grows up to 18 inches tall and thrives in full sun to partial shade
  • Blooms from spring to fall and color lasts for weeks

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