The Dirty Gardener Painted Daisy Flowers - 3,000 Seeds
Painted daisy- (chrysanthemum coccineum) painted daisies are showy and reliably hardy. Gorgeous 3" long-stemmed flowers come in red, yellow, orange, white and purple, often containing a combination of the above colors. The feathery bright green leaves of the painted daisy are finely divided and give the plants a delicate, ferny appearance. The painted daisy blooms in late spring, and may re-flower if cut back after first blooming. Painted daisies are easy to grow are drought tolerant and striking when planted in mass. The cut flowers last well in arrangements. Plant in sun to partial shade. Sow painted daisy seeds outside 2 weeks before the last frost. Press onto soil surface as the seeds require light to germinate. Plant 4" apart. Germination takes 20-25 days. Thin 8 - 12" apart when plants are 3" tall. Hardiness Zones: 1-10.
- These stunning flowers look as though they were touched with an artist's brush
- Easy to grow and requires little maintenance
- Blooms in summer and fall
- Grows from 18 to 36 inches and prefer full sun to partial shade
- Wonderful, long-lasting cut flower for bouquets and flower arrangements