A new low-growth variety with a large number of yellow-gold very large inflorescences, the structure similar to the flower chrysanthemum. Plants are compact, unpretentious, flowering abundantly and for a long time. Prefer open sunny places, but also grow in the penumbra. Not demanding on soil and moisture. Sow in May in the open ground at a depth of 1.5-2 cm. Distance between plants 20-25 cm. For acceleration of the beginning of flowering may be planted on seedlings in April.
Flowering Gold flowers from Aug – May
Best Planting Time March – November
Position Full sun open position. Tolerates frost & drought. Well drained soils
Care Remove older flower stems and fertilise anually
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