South African Pink Groundsel belongs to a broad family with numerous species on all continents, Cape Asters and Bear Chamomilles are South African genera. Several species wihtin these genera are showy floriferous annuals are of high horticultural value. The pink flowering groundsel has bright colored flowers similar to Pericallis species from the Canary islands. They will easily grow in any rich, well drained soil in a sunny spot.
Sow flat on any rich soil in partial shade. Do not cover seeds with soil, and always water from beneath. Place pots in a frostfree spot at a minimum of some 15°C. Transplant to the garden as soon as seedlings are strong enough and after last freezing nights by the end of spring.
20 seeds per package.