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This wonderful yellow daisy-like flower will appear from about 4 months after sowing. It is a perennial that can be treated as annual. It grows to a height of 60cm. Sow in June-July if a perennial. It can also be grown as an annual, if sown January-February. Cover the seed with vermiculite. Germination takes around 2 weeks at 20°C.
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Growing; If planning to grow Buphthalmum outdoors then seeds can be sown on the surface in either the spring or the autumn.
When growing ox-eye and related species indoors first they should be grown in the light at a temperature of 21 to 23°C, and take from two to four weeks to germinate. Seedlings should be planted out in mid-spring (once a frost is no longer possible) into a moist but well drained soil with a pH of 6 to 8.
They should be planted at between 20 and 30 cm apart. Buphthalmum are easy to look after, though taller varieties may require staking to protect from wind.