Large white daisy-like flowers with yellow centres on long stalks. This native wildflower is commonly found growing in bold swathes on grassy banks and roadside verges from June to August. Perfect for naturalising in sunny wildflower meadows where it will create a carpet of flowers. Oxeye Daisy can be planted alongside other summer flowering wildflowers such as Musk Mallow, Meadow cranesbill, Knapweed, Scabious, and Birdsfoot trefoil.
Average height: 50 to 80cm
Aspect: Full sun or partial shade
Soil type: Most soil conditions, chalk, clay, loam or sandy
Sowing period: Outdoors March to April or Sept - Oct
First signs of blossom: 6 to 8 weeks
Average flowering period: 2 - 3 months
Contents: Approximately 50 seeds