PowerDaisy (Calendula x hybrida)

PowerDaisy (Calendula x hybrida) is a new class of vegetatively propagated inter-specific perennials flowering from March-December.

PowerDaisy (Calendula x hybrida) - image: Kientzler Young Plants
PowerDaisy (Calendula x hybrida) - image: Kientzler Young Plants

PowerDaisy is hardy to -10C, drought tolerant and designed for early and late season sales. Channel Island Plants and Kientzler are among growers and Thompson & Morgan is listing PowerDaisy among retail mail order sellers.

The plant, bred over 10 years of trials by Tim Kerley, was entered for RHS Chelsea plant of the year. The plant was described as "bombproof" by Alton Garden Centre director Andy Bunker.


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