Erigeron Azure Fairy 100 Seeds
Fleabane Daisies have similar flowers to the fall blooming Michael mas Daisies, but produce a showy summer-long display. This selection has semi-double lavender-mauve flowers for many weeks, over a bushy clump of green foliage. Excellent cut flowers for the summer border.
Garden Height: 30cm
Ideal for: Bedding
How to Grow Fleabane and other Erigeron Plants in the Garden
It is best to sow Fleabane seeds on the surface in either early spring or early autumn. Erigeron like to grow in a sunny or partially shaded area of the garden that has good drainage. If you prefer you can start growing Fleabane indoors then they should be prepared about 8 weeks before they are due to be put out at the beginning of spring before the last frost, or at the beginning of autumn.
Caring for Erigeron plant species in the garden
Erigeron plant species such as Fleabane are quite easy to maintain; they should be deadheaded once flowering has occurred and cut back to ground level in the autumn. They will require a light feed, and should be divided every three years to maintain vigorous growth. If you require more plants then they can be divided in the spring or autumn.
Quick Erigeron Growing Growing and Care Guide
Common Names: Fleabane
Life Cycle: Hardy perennial. Half hardy perennial. Biennial. Annual.
Height: 4 to 36 inches (10 to 90 cm).
Native: Northern America.
Flowers: Summer and/or early autumn.
Flower Details: White, purple, pink, lavender, yellow, orange. Daisy-like ray and disc florets. Narrow petals.
Foliage: Herbaceous. Narrow. Thread-like. Oblanceolate. Oval. Hairy. Green.
Sow Outside: Surface. Start of spring or autumn. Spacing 9 to 18 inches (23 to 45 cm).
Sow Inside: Germination time: two weeks to two months. Temperature: 55°F (13°C). Nine or ten weeks in advance. Transplant outdoors before the last frost or in the first month of autumn.
Requirements and care: Full sunlight or slight shade. Good drainage. Ordinary soil. Occasional light feed. Deadhead. Stems should be cut back to the ground in autumn. Divide every three years to maintain vigour. Propagate: by dividing in the spring in cooler areas or the beginning of autumn elsewhere.
Miscellaneous: May be weedy and invasive. Many species of moths and butterflies feed exclusively on Erigeron.
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