Bellis English Daisy

Bellis English Daisy

SKU: FL3203
Bellis English Daisy seeds produce compact, versatile plants that are hardy to Zone 3. The pompon like flowers can be deadheaded when they fade to prolong the flowering period. Read More

Exposure Full-sun to partial shade

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More details about Bellis English Daisy

Bellis perennis. Bellis English Daisy seeds produce compact, versatile plants that are hardy to Zone 3. The pompon like flowers can be deadheaded when they fade to prolong the flowering period. Plants stay very compact at only 15-20cm (6-8"), so they are great for tucking into containers or any little empty spot near the front of flower beds. This is a great option for adding low-growing flowers into lawn settings, but the seeds should be started in plugs - not just scattered over established lawns.

Perennial

Quick Facts:

    • Perennial
    • Pink blooms that turn pure white
    • Compact, versatile plants
    • Great for tucking in containers

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All About Bellis English Daisy

General

General
Bellis perennis is usually listed as English Daisy or just Daisy – but the latter could be used to describe any number of flowers. Bellis performs best in cooler gardens, and will fade during the heat of high summer.

Latin

Latin
Bellis perennis
Family: Asteraceae

Difficulty: 

Difficulty: Easy
Exposure: Full sun to partial shade
Zone: Hardy to Zone 3

Timing

Timing
Indoors, sow around 8-10 weeks before planting out. Outdoors: In Zones 3-7, direct sow midsummer to early autumn for flowers the following year. In Zones 8-9 either direct sow in early spring when the soil is still cool and slight frost is still possible, or plant in autumn.

Starting

Starting
Sow on the surface of the soil. The seeds require light and a temperature of around 21°C (70°F). Expect germination in 10-25 days.

Growing

Growing
Feed early in the season, and provide ample water. Deadhead (remove spent flowers) regularly to prevent self-sowing. In hot summers, cut back after flowering.

How to Grow Bellis

Step 1: Timing

Indoors, sow around 8-10 weeks before planting out. Outdoors: In Zones 3-7, direct sow midsummer to early autumn for flowers the following year. In Zones 8-9 either direct sow in early spring when the soil is still cool and slight frost is still possible, or plant in autumn.

Step 2: Starting

Sow on the surface of the soil. The seeds require light and a temperature of around 21°C (70°F). Expect germination in 10-25 days.

Step 3: Growing

Feed early in the season, and provide ample water. Deadhead (remove spent flowers) regularly to prevent self-sowing. In hot summers, cut back after flowering.

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