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Erigeron karvinskianus STALLONE

Erigeron karvinskianus STALLONE


A semi-evergreen perennial forming a low mound (up to 20cm) of wiry stems bearing bright green leaves. Plants are covered with white daisy-like, yellow-centred flowers in summer. The white petals age to rose pink, giving the plant a two-tone effect. Blooms begin in spring (starting as early as late April or May in mild springs) and will continue until late autumn. Similar to the parent species, Erigeron karvinskinanus, but bred to be more uniform in habit and is slightly taller. In cold areas and frosty winters, the foliage is killed, but plants will regrow from a shoots at the base of the plant in spring.

  • Pot Size

    Supplied in 1 litre pot


  • Grows up to

    Height 20cm and  spread 90cm 

  • Flowering Period

    May to October

  • Position

    Full sun and fertile, moist well drained soil

  • Characteristics

    Herbaceous perennial

  • Additional Information

    Incredibly long flowering  season

    Tolerates coastal conditions

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