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'"Bought from a local farmer, known as "daisy-daisy" in our place

1 Species ID Suggestions

Hema 6 years ago
Aspen Pink Jewel Daisy
Erigeron speciosus Aspen Pink Jewel Daisy

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Marlon829 6 years ago

thank you Hema Shah

Hema 6 years ago

Daisy, Aspen Pink Jewel
Semi-double flowers are great for mass plantings! Don’t be fooled by their delicate appearance! These low maintenance flowers are very easy to grow, hardy and vigorous! They can tolerate drought, and poor, even sandy soils, but prefer good drainage. Wonderful for border gardens providing blooms all summer to fall! Make excellent cut flowers and attracts butterflies. Blooms summer to fall. Shipped potted.

Pink Jewel Aspen Daisy has deep pink semi-double blooms with bright yellow centers.

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Bukidnon, Philippines

Spotted on Mar 11, 2015
Submitted on Mar 11, 2015

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