Plants of the genus Buphthalmum have the common names of Sun Wheel, Ox-eye or Ox-eye daisy.
They make ideal border plants.
Buphthalmum salicifolium (Yellow Ox-eye Daisy) by Breki74.
If planning to grow Buphthalmum plants 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, then they should be grown in the light at a temperature of 21 to 23°C.
They should take from two to four weeks to germinate.
Seedlings should be planted out in mid-spring (once a frost is no longer possible). Locate into a sunny or lightly shaded area of the garden that has a moist but well drained soil. Ideally with a pH of 6 to 8.
They should be planted at between 20 and 30 cm (8 to 12 inches) apart.
Buphthalmum are easy to look after, though taller varieties may require staking to protect from wind.
Buphthalmum Ochsenauge by Hans-Jürgen Becker.
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