An old-fashioned favourite that bears airy, daisy-like blossoms of bright crimson, deep rose, pink and white make up this charming mixture. It is hardy, quick and easy to grow and need little attention. Excellent for cut flowers.
Suggestion: Sow seed directly into garden beds, in a sunny and well-sheltered position. Staking plants is rarely needed because when they are grown close together, they support each other.