Felicia amelloides or Blue marguerite is an evergreen small subshrub on the asteraceaes family.
Very hard, suitable for beach areas, supports relatively well the wind and the cold.
Felicia is a long lasting plant which flowering will be encouraged by trimming the plant after blooming, this way we will have flowers almost all the year. Every two or three years we can prune it for rejuvenating.
During spring and autumn, when is the peak time for flowers, we can add special fertilizer for flowering plants.
Regarding pests and diseases it is not very common that it being affected by them.
Consulted sources in addition to our experiencie with this plant:
|Name||Felicia amalloides or Blue marguerite|
|Color||Blue flowers and yellow in the center|
|Flowering||The hole year, except for winter|
|Location||Sun or shade|
|Irrigation||Abundant in summer and moderated the rest of the year|
|Applications||For the gardens of sun|
|Others||They do not tolerate the frosts, but they are very resistant.|
|Sales format||Pot 11cm|
|Note||Being the product a living plant and depending on the season, this plant could be received, in some cases, not exactly the same as in the photography, but as similar as possible, without impacting on quality of the same.|