Leucanthemum vulgare / Ox-Eye Daisy / Marguerite / British Wildflower / Seeds

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Leucanthemum vulgare / Ox-Eye Daisy / Marguerite / British Wildflower / Seeds

A lovely wildflower and good garden plant.  The Ox-Eye Daisy is a good upright plant, with large white daisy flowers with yellow centres from around May to August. The flowers sit on tall sturdy stalks 30-60cm high and they look great growing in a group or in a wildflower meadow or garden.

The Ox-Eye Daisy will grow in sun and part shade and prefers well drained soil.  It will tolerate light grazing and mowing.


Pack of 1g (approx 2200) seeds.  Seeds are generally sown directly in the ground in autumn or spring when germination is best.  They can also be sown in seed trays, generally spring to autumn. Flowering starts in the second year. Sowing is easy and instructions are printed on the packet.

Grown in Cornwall


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Hardiness Hardy deciduous perennial (RHS Hardiness H7)
Flowers May/June to August
Height 30 - 60cm
Spread 20 - 50cm
Conditions  Sun to part shade and well drained soils
Sow Sow directly into cultivated soil in spring or autumn.  Or sow in trays of seed compost from spring to autumn.  Germination is best at 15-20C and typically takes one to two weeks.   Flowering generally starts in the second year.
Grow Deadhead plants to prolong flowering.  Cut back either after flowering or in the autumn/winter.