Chrysanthemum Seed Mix For Planting Outdoors | Pyrethrum Coccineum (Robinson's) Seed

Chrysanthemum Seeds - Robinson's Mix

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Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum Coccineum Robinson's Mix) - Chrysantheum Coccineum flower seed, also known as Painted Daisy, produces 2 - 3 inch daisy-like flowers in red, pink, lilac and white with a yellow center in late spring to early summer. The foliage has fern-like divided leaves with a strong scent and is attractive even when the blooms are gone.

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Flower Specifications

SEASON

Perennial

USDA ZONES

3 - 7

HEIGHT

18 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Summer

BLOOM COLOR

Mix

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun

SOIL TYPE

Well-drained, pH 5.8 - 6.8

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

HOUSE PLANT

No

LATIN NAME

Chrysanthemum Coccineum

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

68F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

14 - 21 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

1/16 inch

SOWING RATE

2 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keep moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

18 inches

CARE & MAINTENANCE

Chrysanthemum

Vibrant Cut Flower!

Chrysanthemums are tall, wide flowers that are excellent for summer arrangements!

Vibrant Cut Flower!

Beautiful Mix

How to Grow

Sow chrysanthemum seeds indoors before last frost: transplant outdoors when temperatures warm up. Press seeds into the soil and lightly cover. Keep seeds moist until germination occurs. For warmer climates with a long growing season, you can directly sow seed outdoors after danger of frost has passed. Sow seeds into prepared beds. Chrysanthemum is not fussy about soil type, and can thrive in poor or average conditions. Do not over-water: this is the most common cause for early failure. Allow soil to become almost dry in between waterings.

  • Environment: full sun
  • Soil: well-drained w' pH 5.8-6.8
  • Sowing rate: 2 seeds per plant
Beautiful Mix

Plant Specifications

Robinson's Mix Chrysanthemum is a perennial flowering plant that grows in USDA zones 3 through 7. Besides the colorful flowers, this plant also features strong-scented foliage with divided leaves that are attractive even without the blooms.

  • Bloom color: mix
  • Bloom season: summer
  • Plant height: 18 inches

Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum Coccineum Robinson's Mix) - Chrysantheum Coccineum flower seed, also known as Painted Daisy, produces 2 - 3 inch daisy-like flowers in red, pink, lilac and white with a yellow center in late spring to early summer. The foliage has fern-like divided leaves with a strong scent and is attractive even when the blooms are gone. Chrysanthemum Coccineum plants prefer a fertile, well-drained soil and full sun in the North or partial shade in the South. Chrysanthemum Robinson's Mix attracts bees, butterflies and birds to the garden and makes a great cut flower as well. There are some names for Painted Daisy that are synonymous and can be confusing. Tanacetum coccineum and Pyrethrum coccineum can both be used in addition to Chrysanthemum coccineum.



Best in full sun, this perennial Chrysanthemum is not fussy about soil type, and Painted Daisy Robinson Mix can thrive in poor or average conditions, but prefers acidic or neutral soil to alkaline. Deer leave it alone, making it a good choice for an open meadow as well as the sunny border.

Sow Chrysanthemum seeds indoors before last frost to be transplanted outdoors when temperatures warm up. Press the flower seeds into the soil and lightly cover. Keep the Painted Daisy seeds moist until germination occurs. For warm climates with a long growing season, after danger of frost has passed, directly sow the flower seeds into prepared beds. Cut the stems down low after Painted Daisy flowers are done blooming to encourage and second bloom later in the summer.

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Flower Specifications

SEEDS PER POUND

436,000

SEASON

Perennial

USDA ZONES

3 - 9

HEIGHT

32 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Summer

BLOOM COLOR

White

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun

SOIL TYPE

Well-drained, pH 5.8 - 7.2

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

HOUSE PLANT

No

LATIN NAME

Chrysanthemum Maximum

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

70F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

15 - 30 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

1/16 inch

SOWING RATE

4 ounces per 1,000 square feet or 10 pounds per acre

MOISTURE

Keep moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

15 - 18 inches

Vibrant Cut Flower!

Chrysanthemums are tall, wide flowers that are excellent for summer arrangements!

Vibrant Cut Flower!

Beautiful Mix

How to Grow

Sow chrysanthemum seeds indoors before last frost: transplant outdoors when temperatures warm up. Press seeds into the soil and lightly cover. Keep seeds moist until germination occurs. For warmer climates with a long growing season, you can directly sow seed outdoors after danger of frost has passed. Sow seeds into prepared beds. Chrysanthemum is not fussy about soil type, and can thrive in poor or average conditions. Do not over-water: this is the most common cause for early failure. Allow soil to become almost dry in between waterings.

  • Environment: full sun
  • Soil: well-drained w' pH 5.8-6.8
  • Sowing rate: 2 seeds per plant
Beautiful Mix

Plant Specifications

Robinson's Mix Chrysanthemum is a perennial flowering plant that grows in USDA zones 3 through 7. Besides the colorful flowers, this plant also features strong-scented foliage with divided leaves that are attractive even without the blooms.

  • Bloom color: mix
  • Bloom season: summer
  • Plant height: 18 inches

Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum Maximum Shasta Daisy) - Start Chrysanthemum seeds to grow this old-fashioned, drought tolerant favorite! Chrysanthemum Maximum Shasta Daisy is a mainstay in the perennial flower garden with its large white blooms and yellow centers. Shasta Daisy is a very popular wild flower that will grow in all regions of North America where water conservation or xeriscape landscaping is desired. Chrysanthemums are very easy to establish from flower seeds, and Shasta Daisy flowers are great for cutting and the butterflies love them. Chrysanthemum likes to grow in full sun and well-drained soils. To prolong the bloom pick off flowers as soon as they fade. To prevent overcrowding, divide Shasta Daisy plants after three or four years of flowering.



Shasta Daisy plants are ideal for a wild flower garden's edge or are attractive in butterfly gardens or combined with other perennials or annuals. For cooler climates with short growing seasons, start the Chrysanthemum Daisy seeds indoor 6 - 8 weeks before frost season is over. For warmer climates, sow the Shasta Daisy seeds directly outdoors into prepared beds in the spring after danger of frost has passed. Sow the wild flower seed on the surface and keep moist. Shasta Daisy flowers will not bloom the first year, but grow slowly to get established. It will then be a prolific bloomer in successive years. Shastas are one of the best daisies to grow from wild flower seed!

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Flower Specifications

SEEDS PER POUND

859,000

SEASON

Perennial

USDA ZONES

3 - 9

HEIGHT

24 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Summer and fall

BLOOM COLOR

White

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun

SOIL TYPE

Well-drained, pH 5.2 - 7.0

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

HOUSE PLANT

No

LATIN NAME

Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

70F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

14 - 28 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

Do not cover the seed but tightly press into the soil

SOWING RATE

2 ounces per 1,000 square feet or 5 lbs per acre or 7 - 8 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keep moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

18 inches

Vibrant Cut Flower!

Chrysanthemums are tall, wide flowers that are excellent for summer arrangements!

Vibrant Cut Flower!

Beautiful Mix

How to Grow

Sow chrysanthemum seeds indoors before last frost: transplant outdoors when temperatures warm up. Press seeds into the soil and lightly cover. Keep seeds moist until germination occurs. For warmer climates with a long growing season, you can directly sow seed outdoors after danger of frost has passed. Sow seeds into prepared beds. Chrysanthemum is not fussy about soil type, and can thrive in poor or average conditions. Do not over-water: this is the most common cause for early failure. Allow soil to become almost dry in between waterings.

  • Environment: full sun
  • Soil: well-drained w' pH 5.8-6.8
  • Sowing rate: 2 seeds per plant
Beautiful Mix

Plant Specifications

Robinson's Mix Chrysanthemum is a perennial flowering plant that grows in USDA zones 3 through 7. Besides the colorful flowers, this plant also features strong-scented foliage with divided leaves that are attractive even without the blooms.

  • Bloom color: mix
  • Bloom season: summer
  • Plant height: 18 inches

Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum Ox-eye Daisy) - To create a lovely meadow, sow Ox-Eye Daisy seeds directly outdoors. Known for its long bloom season, the Ox-eye Daisy is a well-known and popular flower. It readily establishes from Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum seeds and loves a sunny spot. Ox-eye Daisy makes a great cut flower as well.



The Chrysanthemum Leucanthemum Ox-Eye Daisy is is one of our love-hate wildflowers. Almost everyone loves them for the beautiful, long-lived flowers and it is established in all 50 states and in Canada; however, many states consider Oxeye a weed, so check to see if its allowed in your area. Common roadside daisies grow anywhere, including in wet spots, and form tough big root masses with large blooming clumps.

Sow Chrysanthemum flower seeds directly outdoors in the late fall. The cold winter temperatures actually help the flower seeds to germinate in the spring when the temperatures warm up. Pinch back young daisy plants to keep them bushy. Grow Chrysanthemum plants in a rich, well-drained, evenly moist soil and in full sun. Good drainage in winter is essential for Oxeye Daisies. Deadhead the spent flowers regularly. Tall plants may require staking. Purchase Ox-eye Daisy seeds in bulk to cover large meadows. 

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Flower Specifications

SEASON

Annual

USDA ZONES

3 - 10

HEIGHT

24 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Summer and fall

BLOOM COLOR

White and Yellow

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun

SOIL TYPE

Moist, well-drained, pH 5.5 to 7

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

HOUSE PLANT

No

LATIN NAME

Chrysanthemum Carinatum

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

68F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

14 - 28 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

1/16 inch

SOWING RATE

2 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keep moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

18 inches

Vibrant Cut Flower!

Chrysanthemums are tall, wide flowers that are excellent for summer arrangements!

Vibrant Cut Flower!

Beautiful Mix

How to Grow

Sow chrysanthemum seeds indoors before last frost: transplant outdoors when temperatures warm up. Press seeds into the soil and lightly cover. Keep seeds moist until germination occurs. For warmer climates with a long growing season, you can directly sow seed outdoors after danger of frost has passed. Sow seeds into prepared beds. Chrysanthemum is not fussy about soil type, and can thrive in poor or average conditions. Do not over-water: this is the most common cause for early failure. Allow soil to become almost dry in between waterings.

  • Environment: full sun
  • Soil: well-drained w' pH 5.8-6.8
  • Sowing rate: 2 seeds per plant
Beautiful Mix

Plant Specifications

Robinson's Mix Chrysanthemum is a perennial flowering plant that grows in USDA zones 3 through 7. Besides the colorful flowers, this plant also features strong-scented foliage with divided leaves that are attractive even without the blooms.

  • Bloom color: mix
  • Bloom season: summer
  • Plant height: 18 inches

Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum Carinatum Polar Star) - Polar Star is another daisy variety that can be grown from Chrysanthemum Carinatum seeds. Chrysantheumum daisies are easy-to-grow from flower seeds, and they are showy, charming flowers. Polar Star flowers bloom over a long period, so they are perfect for the border. Chrysanthemums do best in full sun and in soil that is slightly moist, fertile, neutral to slightly acid, and well-drained. Chrysanthemum Polar Star flowers come into their own when all other annuals are beginning to tire, and they are excellent as cut flowers.



For areas with short growing seasons, start the Polar Star flower seeds indoors 4 - 6 weeks before the end of frost season. Lightly press the flower seeds into starter mix and keep seeds moist but not saturated. Transplant seedlings outdoors after danger of frost has passed. Or, for warmer climates, sow the Chrysanthemum seeds directly outdoors in a prepared seedbed once frost season is over. Lightly cover the flower seeds with soil and keep the seeds moist until germination occurs. Pinch back young Polar Star plants to keep them bushy. Deadhead spent flowers regularly to encourage continued blooming.

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Flower Specifications

SEASON

Perennial

USDA ZONES

3 - 7

HEIGHT

18 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Summer

BLOOM COLOR

Red

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun

SOIL TYPE

Well-drained, pH 5.8 - 6.8

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

HOUSE PLANT

No

LATIN NAME

Chrysanthemum Coccineum

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

68F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

14 - 21 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

1/16 inch

SOWING RATE

2 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keep moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

18 inches

CARE & MAINTENANCE

Chrysanthemum

Vibrant Cut Flower!

Chrysanthemums are tall, wide flowers that are excellent for summer arrangements!

Vibrant Cut Flower!

Beautiful Mix

How to Grow

Sow chrysanthemum seeds indoors before last frost: transplant outdoors when temperatures warm up. Press seeds into the soil and lightly cover. Keep seeds moist until germination occurs. For warmer climates with a long growing season, you can directly sow seed outdoors after danger of frost has passed. Sow seeds into prepared beds. Chrysanthemum is not fussy about soil type, and can thrive in poor or average conditions. Do not over-water: this is the most common cause for early failure. Allow soil to become almost dry in between waterings.

  • Environment: full sun
  • Soil: well-drained w' pH 5.8-6.8
  • Sowing rate: 2 seeds per plant
Beautiful Mix

Plant Specifications

Robinson's Mix Chrysanthemum is a perennial flowering plant that grows in USDA zones 3 through 7. Besides the colorful flowers, this plant also features strong-scented foliage with divided leaves that are attractive even without the blooms.

  • Bloom color: mix
  • Bloom season: summer
  • Plant height: 18 inches

Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum Coccineum Robinson's Red) - Robinson's Red is an easy perennial to grow from flower seed, and it performs stunningly in the garden with its pure red to magenta colored blooms. Chrysanthemum Coccineum makes a great cut flower too! The flowers are set above the fern-like foliage on very sturdy, straight stems that prolong the blooms' life in the vase and also serve as a solid foundation for the butterflies and bees visit these red Painted Daisy flowers. The blooms measure about 2 1/2 inches wide, and they last for more than a week. Expect them to begin opening in late spring and to continue very freely into summer. There are some names for Painted Daisy that are synonymous and can be confusing. Tanacetum coccineum and Pyrethrum coccineum can both be used in addition to Chrysanthemum coccineum.



Best in full sun, this perennial Chrysanthemum is not fussy about soil type, and Painted Daisy Robinson Red can thrive in poor or average conditions, but prefers acidic or neutral soil to alkaline. Deer leave it alone, making it a good choice for an open meadow as well as the sunny border.

Sow Chrysanthemum seeds indoors before last frost to be transplanted outdoors when temperatures warm up. Press the flower seeds into the soil and lightly cover. Keep the Painted Daisy seeds moist until germination occurs. For warm climates with a long growing season, after danger of frost has passed, directly sow the flower seeds into prepared beds. Cut the stems down low after Painted Daisy flowers are done blooming to encourage and second bloom later in the summer.

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Flower Specifications

SEASON

Annual

USDA ZONES

3 - 10

HEIGHT

12 - 18 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Summer

BLOOM COLOR

Mixed

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun

SOIL TYPE

Moist, well-drained, pH 5.5 to 7

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

HOUSE PLANT

No

LATIN NAME

Chrysanthemum Carinatum

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

68F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

14 - 28 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

1/16 inch

SOWING RATE

2 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keep moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

18 inches

Vibrant Cut Flower!

Chrysanthemums are tall, wide flowers that are excellent for summer arrangements!

Vibrant Cut Flower!

Beautiful Mix

How to Grow

Sow chrysanthemum seeds indoors before last frost: transplant outdoors when temperatures warm up. Press seeds into the soil and lightly cover. Keep seeds moist until germination occurs. For warmer climates with a long growing season, you can directly sow seed outdoors after danger of frost has passed. Sow seeds into prepared beds. Chrysanthemum is not fussy about soil type, and can thrive in poor or average conditions. Do not over-water: this is the most common cause for early failure. Allow soil to become almost dry in between waterings.

  • Environment: full sun
  • Soil: well-drained w' pH 5.8-6.8
  • Sowing rate: 2 seeds per plant
Beautiful Mix

Plant Specifications

Robinson's Mix Chrysanthemum is a perennial flowering plant that grows in USDA zones 3 through 7. Besides the colorful flowers, this plant also features strong-scented foliage with divided leaves that are attractive even without the blooms.

  • Bloom color: mix
  • Bloom season: summer
  • Plant height: 18 inches

Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum Carinatum Rainbow Mix) - You will want to start these Chrysanthemum Carinatum seeds and attract attention to your garden! The Chrysanthemum Rainbow Mix offers colors of purple, orange, scarlet, rose, salmon, yellow and white and puts on a dazzling display of color. Painted Daisies also make great cut flowers so that you can bring the color indoors! Some flower seeds can be difficult to germinate; however, this is not the case with Chrysanthemum flower seed. Grow Chrysanthemum Carinatum plants in a rich, well-drained, evenly moist soil and in full sun. Good drainage during the winter is essential.

For areas with short growing seasons, start the Painted Daisy seeds indoors 4 - 6 weeks before the end of frost season. Lightly press the flower seeds into starter mix and keep seeds moist but not saturated. Transplant seedlings outdoors after danger of frost has passed. Or, for warmer climates, sow the Chrysanthemum seeds directly outdoors in a prepared seedbed once frost season is over. Lightly cover the flower seeds with soil and keep the seeds moist until germination occurs. Pinch back young daisy plants to keep them bushy. Deadhead spent flowers regularly to encourage continued blooming.

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Flower Specifications

SEASON

Annual

USDA ZONES

3 - 10

HEIGHT

18 - 36 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Summer and fall

BLOOM COLOR

Mix

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun

SOIL TYPE

Well-drained, pH 5.2 - 7.0

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

HOUSE PLANT

No

LATIN NAME

Chrysanthemum Carinatum

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

68F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

14 - 28 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

1/16 inch

SOWING RATE

2 seeds per plant or 3 ounces per 1,000 square feet

MOISTURE

Keep moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

18 inches

Vibrant Cut Flower!

Chrysanthemums are tall, wide flowers that are excellent for summer arrangements!

Vibrant Cut Flower!

Beautiful Mix

How to Grow

Sow chrysanthemum seeds indoors before last frost: transplant outdoors when temperatures warm up. Press seeds into the soil and lightly cover. Keep seeds moist until germination occurs. For warmer climates with a long growing season, you can directly sow seed outdoors after danger of frost has passed. Sow seeds into prepared beds. Chrysanthemum is not fussy about soil type, and can thrive in poor or average conditions. Do not over-water: this is the most common cause for early failure. Allow soil to become almost dry in between waterings.

  • Environment: full sun
  • Soil: well-drained w' pH 5.8-6.8
  • Sowing rate: 2 seeds per plant
Beautiful Mix

Plant Specifications

Robinson's Mix Chrysanthemum is a perennial flowering plant that grows in USDA zones 3 through 7. Besides the colorful flowers, this plant also features strong-scented foliage with divided leaves that are attractive even without the blooms.

  • Bloom color: mix
  • Bloom season: summer
  • Plant height: 18 inches

Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum Carinatum Painted Daisy) - Start these Chrysanthemum Carinatum seeds to have a lovely display of Painted Daisies all summer long! These Painted Daisy flowers have three inch beautiful white, yellow, red and purple blooms with varying bands of other colors with a purple center. This annual Chrysanthemum plant is an unforgettable flower that is easily grown from flower seeds. Painted Daisies are easy to care for and they will re-seed themselves giving the garden another display of Chrysanthemum Painted Daisy flowers the following year.



Painted Daisy flowers are a great choice for a quick, showy burst of color and also make a good long-lasting cut flower. Painted Daisy will begin blooming in summer and will continue well in to the fall months. Grow Chrysanthemum Carinatum plants in a rich, well-drained, evenly moist soil and in full sun. Good drainage during the winter is essential. Start the Chrysanthemum seeds directly outdoors in a prepared seedbed once frost season is over. Lightly cover the flower seeds with soil and keep the seeds moist until germination occurs. Pinch back young Painted Daisy plants to keep them bushy. Deadhead spent flowers regularly to encourage continued blooming. Approximately 11,800 seeds per ounce.

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Flower Specifications

SEASON

Annual

USDA ZONES

3 - 9

HEIGHT

6 - 12 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Spring through fall

BLOOM COLOR

White

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun to partial shade

SOIL TYPE

Well-drained, pH 6.1 - 7.8

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

HOUSE PLANT

No

LATIN NAME

Chyrsanthemum Paludosum

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

60 - 65F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

14 - 21 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

Do not cover

SOWING RATE

2 - 3 seeds per plant or 2 ounces per 1,000 square feet

MOISTURE

Keep seeds moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

12 inches

CARE & MAINTENANCE

Chrysanthemum

Vibrant Cut Flower!

Chrysanthemums are tall, wide flowers that are excellent for summer arrangements!

Vibrant Cut Flower!

Beautiful Mix

How to Grow

Sow chrysanthemum seeds indoors before last frost: transplant outdoors when temperatures warm up. Press seeds into the soil and lightly cover. Keep seeds moist until germination occurs. For warmer climates with a long growing season, you can directly sow seed outdoors after danger of frost has passed. Sow seeds into prepared beds. Chrysanthemum is not fussy about soil type, and can thrive in poor or average conditions. Do not over-water: this is the most common cause for early failure. Allow soil to become almost dry in between waterings.

  • Environment: full sun
  • Soil: well-drained w' pH 5.8-6.8
  • Sowing rate: 2 seeds per plant
Beautiful Mix

Plant Specifications

Robinson's Mix Chrysanthemum is a perennial flowering plant that grows in USDA zones 3 through 7. Besides the colorful flowers, this plant also features strong-scented foliage with divided leaves that are attractive even without the blooms.

  • Bloom color: mix
  • Bloom season: summer
  • Plant height: 18 inches

Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum Paludosum Creeping Daisy) - Easy to grow from flower seeds and quick to flower with a spreading habit, these little Creeping Daisies are a great filler for garden beds, rock gardens, containers, and window boxes. Chrysanthemum Paludosum seeds produce a compact, low growing flowering plant that has 1 1/2 inch flowers. Deadheading and pinching help maintain the compact growth. Butterflies also love to visit these sweet little flowers!



Self sowing

Chrysanthemums can be liberal self-sowers, and will drop its own flower seeds giving you brand new plants the following year. Creeping Daisy is technically a perennial, but only in frost free zones 9 and 10.

creeping daisy

Chrysanthemum seed | creeping daisy

How to grow

How To Grow Creeping Daisy From Seed: Creeping Daisy seeds can be sown directly outside in the spring after frost season is over. In a prepared seedbed that is weed free, so the flower seeds about 12 inches apart and press the Chrysanthemum seeds into the soil. Keep the seeds moist until germination occurs.

Creeping Daisy care includes an application of all purpose fertilizer each month throughout the growing season and pinching back spent flowers to encourage continued blooming. Approximately 47,000 seeds per ounce.

  • Sowing Rate: 2 - 3 seeds per plant or 2 ounces per 1,000 square feet
  • Average Germ Time: 14 - 21 days
  • Give them plenty of water until germination
  • Attracts bees and butterflies
  • Depth: Do not cover
chrysanthemum flower seed

Flower Specifications

Creeping Daisy plants typically only grow about 6 - 12 inches tall, but they will spread to 15 inches in no time. Chrysanthemum Paludosum does not waste anytime. After being sown from flower seeds, it blooms in about 12 weeks! Creeping Daisy ground cover is perfect for sunny sites and it's usually resistant to deer.

  • Height: 6 - 12 inches
  • USDA Zones: 3 - 9
  • Season: Annual
  • Deer Resistant: Yes

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