Wild Flower Oxeye Daisy

Brand: Thompson & Morgan

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Availability: In stock

€3.49

Description:

The Ox-Eye Daisy is a familiar, native wildflower seen in many fields, roadside verges, railways and alongside riverbanks. Attractive, silvery-white blooms with golden-yellow 'eyes' are produced from June to August each year. Excellent for borders or wildflower meadows.

Height 45-60cm (18-24in).

Sowing Info:

Sow February to June onto the surface of a good, free-draining, damp, seed compost. Cover with a very fine sprinkling of compost or vermiculite. Place sown container in a propagator or seal container inside a polythene bag at a temperature of 15-20C (59-68F) until after germination which usually takes 10-14 days. Do not exclude light as this helps germination.

Growing Info:

Transplant seedlings when large enough to handle into trays or 7.5cm (3in) pots. Gradually acclimatise young plants to cooler conditions for a few weeks before planting out after all risk of frost, 3-45cm (12-18in) apart.

Aftercare Info:

Prefers any ordinary soil in full sun.

Flowering Period:

June to August

Harvesting Period:

No of Seeds:

600

Delivery

Seeds - Postal Delivery cost is €2 and applies to orders of seed packets ONLY. (Please Note: This Does Not Apply to Seed Potatoes, Onion Sets or Bulbs)

Standard delivery within 2-5 working days, for all other orders is €5.99 per online order up to 10kg regardless of the number of items ordered.

Orders over 10kg are charged at €9.99. The Max order we can send is 30kg.

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