Swan river daisy
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Swan river daisy Overview
These low-growing annuals and evergreen perennials are attractive groundcover or rockery plants. Many of the perennials are mound-forming plants, spreading by underground runners and having finely divided, soft fern-like foliage. They will bear a profusion of daisy-like flowerheads in shades of blue, mauve, pink and white, with orange or brownish centres or yellow as in the hybrids.
How to propagate Swan river daisy
Propagation is by ripe seed sown under glass in spring or stem cuttings.
Division in spring or autumn.
Other uses of Swan river daisy
Grown for the daisy-like flower heads. Ground cover or rockery. Suitable for coastal conditions.