Giant, daisy-like orangey-pink flowers with dark brown centres appear on top of tall, strong stems, providing colour and interest to your borders throughout summer and into early autumn.
The colourful centres of the blooms fill out into large, attractive, burned-orange cones as the petals drop away. Perfect for the middle of a sunny, mixed or herbaceous border, it combines well with late summer flowering perennials and ornamental grasses.
It’s also widely used in medicine and has been proven to strengthen the bodies immune system. The flowers attract bees and butterflies to the garden and are excellent for cutting. This particular variety doesn’t require staking and can cope well with adverse weather conditions.
0.5m – 1m
10cm – 50cm
Exposed or Sheltered
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