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Their striking petals contrast with dark centers which make these flowers a dramatically bright feature for sunny beds. When mature, these African Daisies are low, spreading, drought resistant plants that bloom profusely over a long season.
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Sow Mixed Colors African Daisy seeds roughly 10" apart.
After all danger of frost, sow Mixed Colors African Daisy seeds in open ground. Cover with 0.25" of soil. Prefers light, dry and not too rich soil. For earlier bloom, start indoors about 4 to 5 weeks before last frost. When plants are a few inches high, thin or transplant. These plants will not mature properly if not trimmed.
In Arizona and California plant in late summer for winter bloom. Excellent for borders, rock gardens, and beds.