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Thursday, December 11, 2008

Globularia-Globe Daisy

Propagating Globularia or Globe Daisy is done in the spring by dividing the crown however transplants are not easy to take so make certain there is plenty of moisture but do not drown. Deadheading after blooming will bring a second burst of blooms in autumn of violet-lavender color on plants whose average height reaches 4"-6". Globe daisy will take either full sun or partial shade in a well draining soil, even gravel, and is drought resistant. First bloom is May-June. The plant is drought tolerant and evergreen and deer may nibble although there are limited greens.

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