Erigeron Compositus var. discoideus
A small mat forming plant with pinky lilac daisy flowers, ideal for growing in a trough. Prefers well-drained soil.
Wiry stems of dainty pink buds, opening to white daisy flowers, for months. Often seen growing at the bottom of old walls or stone steps, especially in Cornwall. Self-seeds when happy.
Branching stems of narrow-petalled pink daisy flowers, in midsummer.
Erigeron ‘White Quakeress’
Branching stems of narrow-petalled white daisy flowers which age to pink in midsummer. Prefers well-drained soil.