African Daisy , Blue Chamomile (Arctotis) Flower Seeds Blue-Eyed African Silver - 0.02 Oz ( Pack of 5 )
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Annual plant, a height of 50-70cm. Strongly branched from the stem base. Blossoms very abundant and long. Blossoms in 70 days after they appear.
Growing requirements for African Daisy Plants African Daisies require full sun for optimum blooming. They should be planted 12" apart in light, sandy, well draining soil. Deadhead spent flowers regularly to prolong blooming. Allow the soil to dry before watering moderately. Once established, Arctotis are fairly drought tolerant plants. How to Propagate or Grow African Daisies from Seed African Daisy plants can be easily propagated with softwood cuttings taken at any time of the year.
Sow African Daisy seeds directly into the garden in early spring, or start them indoors 6-8 weeks before the date of your last killing frost. The seeds should covered lightly with fine soil or growing mix.
Seeds started indoors should be kept at a temperature of 60°-70° within the growing medium. Germination will take from 21-35 days.