Cremanthodium genus. These are basal-rosette perennials. They are grown for their pendant, half-closed daisy-like flower-heads. It is often very difficult to grow in all but very cool areas with snow cover. They are fully to half frost hardy, and will need shade and humus-rich moist but well drained soil. You can propagate by seeds when fresh.
Mountains of India Tibet China
Grown for their pendant, half-closed, daisy-like flower heads.
It is often very difficult to grow in all but very cool areas with snow cover. Dislikes winter wet.
Seed when fresh.
Slugs and Snails, red spider mites.
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