The genus Argyranthemum or Canary Marguerite are represented by many perennial, woody species native of the Canary Islands, out of which several are excellent, very floriferous pot plants with beautiful flowers and ornamental, strongly dissected leaves. They are suited for any rich, well drained soil in a sunny spot at a minimum of some 10°C in winter, then keep plants drier. Cut back in spring before new leaves emerge, so that plants stay compact and flower all summer long.
Sow fine seeds flat on any rich, well drained soil. Keep pots very sunny and always slightly moist, water from beneath. Especially seedlings require full sun light in order to receive a compact, natural habit.
20 seeds per package.
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