Common name: Sea Mayweed. Lus Bealtaine.
Perennial coastal wild flower. Very pretty daisy flowers of white petals and yellow centre. Attractive foliage of wispy fine succulent leaves.
Great for hoverflies, butterflies and other insects. Late flowering season benefits insects to get ready for winter and brightens up your garden in autumn.
Normally close to the coast, thriving on shingle but grows well around the edges of grassy paths etc.
Sow from late autumn to early spring in trays or modules, prick out into modules, then plant out when large enough.
Avg contents: 200 seeds.