Botanical Interests "Pomponette Blend" English Daisy Seeds
Perennial. A trio of pompom flowers with such lovely little pincushion heads, you may want to plant them where you can reach down and touch them from time to time. Pomponette English Daisies make a delightful edging plant along borders, perky filler for containers, and a fantastic bulb cover when planted with tulips or other spring-flowering plants. May continually bloom in coastal climates. Prefers light shade in warm, inland summer areas. English Daisies are cool weather lovers - you can grow them and use them just like pansies and violas.
When to start outside: Mild Winter Climates: Direct seed outdoors in late summer or early fall for winter/early spring bloom. Cold Winter Climates: Seed in early spring, 4-6 weeks before average last spring frost date.
When to start inside: 6-8 weeks before average last spring frost - transplant outside when plants are large enough to handle.
Special Germination Instructions: Seeds need light to germinate. Press lightly into soil or seed very lightly into a shallow furrow.