(Erigeron compositus) This little daisy has it all! From its distinctive foliage to its dainty dime-sized individual flowers, this early bloomer establishes well and grows in a variety of conditions and soil types. It provides early spring sustenance to honey bees and native pollinators including mason bees and butterflies.
Seed: Sept – May
Bloom Height: 4 – 8″
Sun: Full Sun, some shade
600 Seeds / Covers 10 sq ft
The best time to plant native wildflowers is during the fall, winter, or early spring. Pick a sunny site with rocky or sandy soil that is as weed free as possible. Thoroughly mix your seeds with 1 cup of sand. Hand scatter this mixture onto bare ground. Do not cover.