Ox-eye Daisy (Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum) – This daisy is is one of our love-hate wildflowers. Almost everyone loves it for its beautiful flowers and it’s established in all 50 states and in Canada; however, many states consider it a weed, so check to see if its allowed in your area. Common roadside daisies grow anywhere, including in wet spots, and form tough big root masses with large blooming clumps. Chrysanthemums grow very easy from flower seed. Plant the seed anytime, and expect bloom after one full winter.
Pink English Daisy Seeds
All seeds will come in a resealable plastic zip lock bag with a label featuring a picture of the flower, planting instructions, and plant specifications such as height, spacing, and light requirements for easy planting. If stored properly, seeds can last for years! All seed packets contain 100 percent true named seeds – there are
500 Seeds Daisy Gloriosa Rudbeckia Gloriosa
Gloriosa Daisy Sunset (Rudbeckia Gloriosa) – A perennial that will bloom the second year and successive seasons from expanding clumps. Will grow in all regions of North America in full sun areas. To plant this seed simply scatter the seed in spring, summer, or fall on any soil. Do not cover the seed more than
Blue Daisy 1000 Seeds
The Blues Blue Daisy (Felicia Heterophylla Blue) – With its profusion of gorgeous sky-blue flowers borne above tidy, compact foliage, Blue Daisy is a very easily grown plant from flower seeds. Blue Daisies will make a most charming addition to the flower garden or as a mass planting. The Blues is a mat-forming annual. It