Ancient love potion.
Profusion of lavender-blue flowers with dark centers.
Cupid’s Dart is excellent for arrangements and dried flowers
An easy to grow perennial flower. These blue daisies look great in a flowerbed, and offer striking contrast to other flowers.
Direct sow after last frost or start indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost. Barely cover seeds and keep moist until established. Once established they will grow for years with little attention.
Cupid’s Dart transplants easily and can grow to 2 ft tall.
Will crowd but they will produce smaller flowers.
Thin for better blooms and dead head for continuous blooms.
Once established, Cupid’s Dart plants will grow for years with little attention.
They prefer full sun, and a rich, well drained soil. They are a drought tolerant plant.
Water once or twice a week during dry spells and use a good organic fertilizer about once a month for incredible blooms.
Plants available for local pickup mid April at Vermijo Village Growers Market