Erigeron

Erigeron compositus var. discoideus in May

Erigeron compositus var. discoideus in May


Erigeron speciosus ‘Azure Fairy’ in July

Erigeron speciosus ‘Azure Fairy’ in July


Erigeron speciosus 'Azure Fairy' in May

Erigeron speciosus ‘Azure Fairy’ in May


Erigeron speciosus 'Azure Fairy' in July

Erigeron speciosus ‘Azure Fairy’ in July


Erigeron x 'Canary Bird' in May

Erigeron x ‘Canary Bird’ in May

(Under construction)
Many species are native to North America. Many of them are considered very weedy. So far, the few I have are well behaved.

Erigeron compositus var. discoideus

I bought this one as a rockery plant. It is going to disappear anytime; the voles are active underneath it.

Erigeron speciosus ‘Azure Fairy’

These plants are long blooming, and need support to look presentable. I love the puffy mass of flowers and their not so boring colour. Apparently, the ‘Azure xx’ is a series and probably the same plant but sown from seeds and the colours are somewhat variable. I should try to sow my and perhaps select a better ‘blue’.

Erigeron x ‘Canary Bird’

I acquired this for the rockery garden; so far so good.

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