Three plants. One plant each of:
Bellis perennis 'Dresdon China' -
An old favourite with sweet pink double flowers which fade to white as they get older.
Bellis perennis 'Rob Roy' -
Red double flowers with a yellow centre.
Bellis perennis alba -
A lovely daisy with a thick white 'ruff' around a yellow centre.
Flower from early spring to early summer and often in autumn too and are easy to grow. Very drought tolerant but are equally happy in normal or damp soil. They are happy in the ground or in containers.
Common name(s): Old Double Daisy
Bellis - The name daisy was originally "Day's Eye" because the flower was the first to open in the morning. They were much used in Victorian cottage gardens, grown at the side of paths where their roots could enjoy the cool moist soil under the stones.