Bellis English Daisy Mix - Adored is a large flowering compact Bellis variety that is widely grown for its spectacular double flowers, specifically suited for potted colour or bedding colour in the garden. Despite the stunning display of colour, usually typical of an annual, Bellis English Daisy Mix - Adored is in fact a perennial plant that can provide several years of brilliant colour. This variety produces an abundance of beautiful red, pink and white double flowers on remarkably healthy plants with glossy leathery foliage. Bellis English Daisy Mix - Adored is suitable for pots, borders, rockeries and other garden situations, particularly partly shady areas where it may be difficult to establish other plants. Bellis English Daisy Mix - Adored is an easy to grow garden plant that does not require any maintenance, will tolerate soils with generally poor nutrition and is resistant to most common garden pests and diseases. Bellis English Daisy Mix - Adored is a modern cultivar of the wild species ensuring it is a much more spectacular and reliable performer resulting in an abundance of large bright double flowers on healthy plants, throughout the year.
Advantages of Bellis English Daisy Mix - Adored
Spectacularly double pomponette flowers
Long flowering season providing continuous colour
Versatile flowering plant suitable in both pots and in the garden
Easy to grow and low maintenance
Resistant to most common pests and diseases
10 - 15cm height at maturity
20 - 25cm apart is a suitable planting distance
Prefers full sun but will grow in part shade
Suitable for pots and will grow in most regions of Australia
Hardy perennial groundcover
Seed Sowing Instructions
Easy to follow seed propagation notes are provided with every seed purchase
Seeds of this variety are best started in seed raising mix or Jiffy® pellets before planting into the garden
What am I Purchasing?
Premium seeds of Bellis English Daisy Mix - Adored
It was probably my fault that I had 5 plants germinate. No questions asked... got a replacement pack within a week. I am saving seeds for next season.
Robyn G (QLD)
I absolutely love these flowers. The flowers seem so hardy and have lasted for quite awhile so far. They are full of colour and mine so far are pink/red. I am going to plant some more seeds and see what colour comes up next. I'm hoping to have quite a few in the garden by next year.
david chamberlain (QLD)
We have the seeds planted now for 4 weeks and have not had sprout, my first failure from seeds but bound to happen one day I suppose