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Fleabane Daisy

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Fleabane Daisy, Erigeron Annuus is a Fast Growing Perennial

The plants grow anywhere from 1 to 3 feet, depending on the species and their environment. However, one single plant can efficiently produce hundreds of flowers. The flowers bloom for 1 to 2 months. They do reseed themselves, which can cause colonies to grow. The quaint, daisy-like flowers measure about a half-inch in size. If located in a sunny location, the flowers may give off a pleasant, mild fragrance. The small petals are string-like with pointed edges — the stems and leaves of the plant cover tiny hairs. The plant's main stem is usually light green, but on occasion, it can have a purple hue to it. The perennials grow best in zones 5 through 8 but can be grown in zones 3 through 9. They grow best in a spot that gets the morning sun and afternoon shade. They need well-drained soil containing clay or gravel. The plants can be used as ground cover or as filler plants.

Fleabane Daisy, Erigeron Annuus thrive in Most Soil Types and is an Elementary Plant to Grow

The Fleabane Daisy is a fast-growing perennial and will thrive in moist soil types and is an elementary plant to grow. It will look great in gardens; It also works well as a ground cover; Fleabane Daisy is known as Erigeron strigosus. Hardy planting zones are 4-9. sssThis perennial will grow to be up to 1 foot tall when fully grown. It will grow best in areas that have full shade. This plant will resemble a daisy when growing. It is effortless to take care of and will look great. This plant will add lots of colors when growing. It will look amazing in gardens and natural areas. This plant will look great when in full bloom.

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A fast-growing perennial, the Fleabane Daisy produces hundreds of flowers that bloom for about a month and a half. The Fleabane Daisy is a common name for a genus of plants in the daisy family. It is related to the Aster genus and the English daisy (Bellis Perennial). The Fleabane Daisies grow to be 1 to 3 feet tall. The daisy-like flowers of the Fleabane Daisy are about a half-inch in diameter. A single plant of Fleabane Daisy produces hundreds of blossoms in the bloom time. It makes the formation of colonies by reseeding itself. The Fleabane Daisy grows widely in dry, mountainous, and grassland habitats in North America; Some species grow as a rock garden or border ornamentals. 

The botanical name of Fleabane Daisy is Erigeron Annuus. It is a low-growing, clump-forming plant that produces daisy-like flowers. There are many types of this species, but the most common is Erigeron karvinskianus. Erigeron karvinskianus is also known as Mexican fleabane. It bears many small flowers over a long period, often from May until the first frosts in autumn. The flowers bloom in white and gradually turn pink as they age. The Fleabane Daisy is adaptable, easy to grow, and requires little care. The disc flowers of clustered flower heads are yellow, and the ray flowers are yellow, purple, pink, or white. Some species of the Fleabane Daisy have short stems and basal leaves, while others are taller and have alternate, toothed or hairy leaves along the stem. 

The flowers of the Fleabane Daisy may release a lovely, mild fragrance if placed in a sunny location. The sharp string-like edges of the small petals and leaves have tiny hairs. The plant's main stem is usually light green, turning purple sometimes. Perennials thrive in zones 5–8 but grow in zones 3–9. The Fleabane Daisy thrives best in a place that receives full sun and partial shade. It also requires well-drained, rich soil with clay or rocks. The plants grow as either ground cover or filler plants. Many biologists have used the Fleabane Daisy as a diuretic and as a medicine for digestive problems.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            The Fleabane Daisy is a lovely but common plant that appears independently. It looks excellent in gardens and performs well as a ground cover as a delicate wildflower. Fleabane Daisy thrives in fields, along roadsides, and in natural places. This annual plant's yellow and white blossoms are an excellent addition to any garden. They attract butterflies and bees in the spring and early summer when there aren't many other plants blooming.

 

 

Cultural Description of the Fleabane Daisy:

Botanical Name:  Erigeron Annuus

Native to: North America, Europe

Soil Preference: Well-drained, rich soil

Sun Exposure:  Full Sun, Partial Shade

Water Requirement: Moderate Moisture

Ship As: Bareroot

Growth Rate: 3-5 year

Height at Maturity:  30 to 150 cm in height

Bloom Time:  Summer

Best Time to Harvest: Spring or Fall

Benefits: Attracts pollinators, buzzing bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds

Hardiness Zone: 3-9

 

 

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Fleabane Daisy - Erigeron speciosus Hardy Planting Zones- 2-8 Sun or Shade ??Sun and Part Shade Mature Height - 12"-30" Mature Width- 12-24" Bloom Season ??Late spring-mid-summer Gardener Status- Beginner
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2 Reviews

  • 3
    Fleabane Daisy

    This stays in my lawn for a year now and beautifully blooming gracefully. I added more orders yesterday to have this planted in my backyard.

  • 5
    Exceptional

    I am more than happy to say that I have ordered these for my whole family, and they loved them.

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