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British Wildflowers for the Garden - Ox-Eye Daisy

British Wildflowers for the Garden - Ox-Eye DaisyOx-Eye Daisies are one of the best British Wildflowers for the garden. They are commonly seen in meadows, verges and grasslands, flowering from May/June onwards into late summer.

Plants are tall, perennial and favour infertile soils, so are ideal for wilder parts of the garden. They are loved by insects and some birds and largely look after themselves. They are easy to grow from seed, and can be sown directly into the ground in spring or autumn.

See here to grow from seed.

Photo taken below of daisies flowering in our garden in Cornwall in early June.

Created On  8 Jun 2023 16:16  -  Permalink


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