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Pretty little violet, blue, or white starlike flowers combined with ferny, green foliage are what make Swan River daisy so popular. It's a top pick for spilling a little of the way over the sides of container plantings and hanging baskets. Or use it in the front of flower beds and borders.
This cool-season annual does best when planted in spring a few weeks before your region's last frost date. It needs rich, moist, but well-drained soil. Deadhead to prolong bloom. When summer's heat hits, shear plants back by about half to rejuvenate them and encourage fall bloom.
Mix the small blue flowers of Swan River daisy with gazania's bigger, bolder flowers for a high-impact display.Geranium
Combine soft pink or white varieties of geranium with Swan River daisy for a soothing combination you can count on throughout the summer.Lisianthus
Swan River daisy looks great with any color of lisianthus; and the two plants have contrasting foliage textures to add even more interest.