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Erigeron - Fleabanes

Free-blooming over a long season, Erigeron (Fleabanes) are annuals, biennials or perennials with daisy-like flowers packed with narrow rays surrounding a bright center disk. Most are tufted or clump-forming with simple or lobed leaves. Easy to grow, they are attractive for many weeks in the summer, make good cut flowers, and are not fussy as to soil. Versatile, they are great in mixed borders, rock gardens, seaside or cottage gardens. Deer resistant, low maintenance, they are also relatively drought resistant. No surprise Erigeron daisies are a garden favorite!

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Erigeron glaucus 'Sea Breeze' (Seaside Daisy)

Extremely free-flowering, Erigeron glaucus 'Sea Breeze' (Seaside Daisy) is a low-growing perennial forming a ravishing carpet of semi-double, lilac-pink flowers adorned with yellow centers. Blooming for months from late spring until fall, they almost cover the fresh foliage of blue-green leaves.

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Erigeron glaucus (Seaside Daisy)

Native to coastal regions of California and Oregon, Erigeron glaucus (Seaside Daisy) is a low-growing perennial forming a ravishing cushion of semi-double, lavender-pink flowers adorned with yellow centers. Blooming for months from mid spring until late summer, the blossoms almost cover the leathery foliage of thick, spoon-shaped, blue-green leaves.

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Erigeron karvinskianus (Mexican Daisy)

Erigeron karvinskianus (Mexican Daisy) is a graceful, trailing, woody-based perennial noted for its endless production of small daisies almost year-round. Opening white, the delicate flowers turn soft pink, fade to purple and attract butterflies and bees.

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Erigeron pulchellus (Robin's Plantain)

One of the showiest species of fleabane, Erigeron pulchellus (Robin's Plantain) is a stoloniferous, biennial or short-lived perennial boasting a profusion of cheerful daisies borne in loose clusters from mid spring to early summer.

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Erigeron speciosus (Showy Fleabane)

Erigeron speciosus (Showy Fleabane) is a vigorous, upright and well branched, clump-forming perennial producing masses of pink, lavender or white flowers, 1-2 in. across (2-5 cm), adorned with over 100 ray florets surrounding a yellow disk. Blooming for months from summer to fall, the blossoms attract bees, butterflies and other insects.

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