Product Type: Flower Seeds
Color Type: mixed
Suitable In: outdoor
Germination Rate: 70% to 85%
Physical Purity: 98%
Sowing Time: June To December
Flowering Time: August To March
Pack Of 30 To 50 Seeds
Point 1: The flowers of Cineraria plants bear much resemblance to the common daisy.
Point 2: They stand in lofty clusters on elongated stems with their massive foliage.
Point 3: If the Cineraria plant is larger the bloom is likely to measure 5 inches or more.
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Common Name: Florist's cineraria, cineraria, common ragweed
Scientific Name: Pericallis x. hybrida
The Cineraria plant, the term cineraria means “ash gray,” so it’s not surprising to be called the ashplant. Perhaps it’s because many varieties of the flowering senecio articulatus plant (candle plant) have gray lines of color underneath the silvery grey foliage.Cineraria plants are beautiful and tender perennial plants that produce pretty flowers. The unique aspect of these plants is the fact that its flowers often have striking similarities with that of the daisy.Cineraria plants are beautiful and tender perennial plants that produce pretty flowers. The unique aspect of these plants is the fact that its flowers often have striking similarities with that of the daisy.Many flowers have white eyes. Cinerarias should be placed in bright, indirect light with a temperature near 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Keep the potting soil evenly moist, but not saturated. If the potting soil becomes dry, the plant will wilt rapidly and may die if not promptly watered.
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