These cool blue daisies with fine, frilly petals are plentiful in midsummer. Their bold yellow centers create a sharp contrast that attracts every gazer's eye.
Light: Full to partial shade
Bloom Time: Summer
Zones: 4 to 10
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Blue Fringe Daisy Product Details
Partial Shade/Full Sun
18 - 24"
18 - 24'
18 - 24"
3 - 10
The basal leaves are lance shaped to spoon shaped and hairy. The stem leaves are lance shaped to ovate.
Daisy-like with delicate fine petals whorled around a golden center.
Blue to purple
Plant at the same depth it is planted in the container.
Well drained, poor to moderately fertile soil. Sandy soil works well also.
Daisy like blooms in a cool blue are plentiful in midsummer. This perennial grows in a nice clump for your landscape needs. Nice complimentary flower for Baby's Breath, Coreopisi or Veronica.
Cut back spent flower stems to keep the plant tidy.
Plants will form colonies. Divide when the rosettes begin to overlap.
Blue Fringe Daisy Customer Reviews
MeLisReview by Lisa - Hermantown, MN Posted on 2012-12-29 15:18:58
Planted them in the spring and they grew well; but no they are not blue. (I wonder if they'll turn blue by adding aluminum to soil like with Hydrangeas?) This is their first MN winter so I'm hoping they come up in the spring!
Pretty!!Review by Cheryl - Monroe, WA Posted on 2012-09-21 17:39:10
I gave a 4 because as others stated, these are not blue. Mine are a purple tone. I am happy with it though!! It has grown so much since planting. It is about knee high in it's first year in the ground!
gardener01Review by Elizabeth - Fort Wayne, IN Posted on 2012-05-28 17:06:41
I ordered these last year. They were very small the first year and I didn't think they were going to live but this year they came up and are blooming and about knee height. The blooms are not blue like the picture but a pink-light purple color.
MsReview by Jan Sims - Yucca Valley, CA Posted on 2012-04-10 11:59:46
Planted these out in Feb. this year. They are starting to look respectable now. They like to be moist but not wet. This is a bit tricky in the Zone 9. Looks like it will bloom soon.