- Fleabane Daisy - Erigeron speciosus Hardy Planting Zones- 2-8 Sun or Shade – Sun and Part Shade Mature Height - 12"-30" Mature Width- 12-24" Bloom Season – Late spring-mid-summer Gardener Status- Beginner
Daisy Fleabane typically blooms in late spring or early to mid-summer. The versatility of this plant makes it an appealing choice for any garden, even those with amateur caretakers because they require minimal care and are extremely easy to grow.
One advantage of growing this plant is that, when fully bloomed, they can be easily cut to fit into any bouquet or flower arrangement. Interestingly, the leaves of this flower are edible and good for you! They contain a compound called caffeic acid which has antioxidant properties. Daisies are an essential part of any garden, and the low maintenance of this specific daisy plant makes it a good option to consider.
Fleabane Daisy was once used by Native Americans to treat bronchitis and also cystitis. It can also be used as a diuretic and also helps with digestive problems. It can also be burned to help keep insects away from areas. This plant can be created with oils and also brewed into teas.
This plant will resemble to daisy flower when in bloom. They love full sunlight or partially shaded areas. This plant will thrive and grow in moist soil conditions. This flower will look amazing when in bloom and will bring lots of life to a garden. This plant is very simple to grow and to care for. It will also work great as a groundcover for natural areas.