Ox-Eye Daisy Seed
A truly beautiful wildflower. Probably the most famous of all wildflowers, notable for being a more impressive and imposing cousin to the common daisy. Flowers mid to late summer. Looks magnificent on a grass bank, once established it spreads effectively. Best Sown during Autumn on bare ground, they prefer to grow on poor soil conditions. Simply sow by thinly spreading them over the particular area. This can be done many times a year. In a few years the wildflowers should establish and naturalise which will mean self propagation. wildflower. Bees love them. Est. 600 seeds per pack.