When looking for some garden colour, it is hard to go past the brilliant lustre of a bed of bright Livingstone Daisies, particularly when they provide such a stunning display of colour with very little to no attention. Livingstone Daisies are also highly drought tolerant, so even the occasional water is generally optional, once the plants are established. This ultra-bright flowering variety of the Livingstone Daisy Neon Lights is famous for producing an abundance of bright flowers in a range of diverse colours from the pink and purples, through to the orange and reds and the brilliant whites. Livingstone Daisy Neon Lights is suitable both as a bedding plant, in borders, in window boxes and most spectacularly as a ground-cover where it provides a spectacular cascade of brilliantly bright colour. Strictly speaking, Livingstone Daisies are annuals, however, in most garden settings where the soil has high organic matter and at least some moisture in Spring, these plants generally self-seed, therefore providing more seedlings for another season of cheerful colour in the garden. Whilst better germination rates can be achieved when sowing seeds onto a fine grade seed-raising mix, the seeds can conveniently be direct sown into garden beds (higher seeding density required), providing a quick and easy solution when looking for some bright garden colour. Livingstone Daisies are easy to grow and do not require any maintenance, will tolerate soils with little nutrition and are generally very drought tolerant.
Advantages of Livingstone Daisy Neon Lights
- Versatile flowering plant suitable in a range of settings both in pots and in the garden
- Early and extended flowering season
- Spectacularly bright flowers
- Highly drought tolerant
- 10 - 12cm height at maturity
- 20 - 25cm apart is suitable planting distance
- Prefers full sun but will grow in part shade
- Suitable for pots and will grow in most regions of Australia
- Hardy flowering annual (often self-seeding)
What am I Purchasing?
- Premium seeds of Livingstone Daisy Neon Lights
- Easy to follow seed propagation notes