100 Erigeron Karvinskianus Seeds a.K.a Santa Barbara Daisy and Mexican Daisy
Fast growing, heavy flowering, 4-6 inch tall plants produce endless, attractive ½ to ¾ inch daisy-likeflowers. They open white then age through darker shades of pink and lilac. These plants are a terrificground cover or use in rock gardens, containers or hanging baskets.
Erigeron (Erigeron Karvinskianus Profusion) - Erigeron seeds easily grow a lovely yet hardy perennial. Also known as Santa Barbara Daisy and Mexican Daisy, this is a versatile perennial that performs well in low and high deserts. It produces a profusion of small daisy-like white flowers that turn pink and lilac in color as they age. It has bright green, fine textured foliage that fits well into lush landscapes.
Sow Erigeron flower seeds indoors 4 - 6 weeks before last frost. Use sterile starter mix and sow the flower seeds onto the mix. Because Erigeron needs moderate to ample irrigation, it is most suited to oasis zones. Erigeron Karvinskianus Profusion can be cut back in the winter to remove any scruffy foliage. If ample water is available, this plant can re-seed in the landscape.
Flower Specifications Season: Perennial USDA Zones: 5 - 8 Height: 8 inches Bloom Season: Summer and fall Bloom Color: White and pink Environment: Full sun to partial shade Soil Type: Well-drained, pH 6.1 - 7.8