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The Spanish daisy, which is also known as Mexican fleabane, impresses with its masses of flowers and its dense growth pattern. It fits perfectly in rock gardens, troughs or even on dry stone walls. What demands does it place on the location?

The Spanish daisy likes to be warm, sunny and not too humid

Sunny, warm and moderately humid

Since this perennial comes from Mexico and mainly inhabits rocky places there, it also makes such demands on the local location in the garden. It wants to feel like home. This means that you should choose a sunny to partially shaded, warm spot for the plant.

The soil should also meet the requirements of the otherwise easy-care Mexican horseweed. Potting soil is sufficient for a bucket culture. When cultivating outdoors, the following aspects must be taken into account:

  • relaxed
  • permeable
  • nutritious
  • likes to be slightly sandy or pebbly
  • moderately humid environment

tips

During the winter time, this perennial should move to a bright and frost-free location.

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