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Celmisia Spectabilis — 21 Comments

  1. Hello David, This Celmisia grew so well in our Aberdeen garden. I uplifted it when we moved to Cheshire, actually it performed better in Aberdeen. We now live in Fife, I would be keen to introduce it to our new garden, however, I also am now unable to find it. I think I will settle for another form of celmisia, not sure which one as yet.

  2. Hi Mark. A beautiful plant
    Wonder if you can help where I can buy some Celmisia Spectabilis plant from in the uk ?
    Many thank

  3. Hi. Lovely specimen. My mother has some of these and I was wondering when its best to divide them. Any advice? Thanks.

  4. You must be really good friends for him to choose you to get a division of such a lovely plant.

  5. Still looking good here, on the coast we do not have quite the severe frost as inland areas. Also I noticed that in the past Celmisia where I did not incorporate a lot of gravel struggled.

  6. I shall be keeping an eye for this as last winter I lost 30% of the plants in my West Midands garden, and I think this winter so far will have seen off a few more, so if this celmisia is as hardy as you say it could be a good replacement for those I have lost.

  7. What a beautiful plant Alistair! I only bought mine last year, also from Kevock, and planted out last summer. It’s slowly bulking up and sailed through despite being covered in snow for two weeks. I can’t wait for it to attain that size and flower 🙂

  8. This is really a pretty daisy. I have designed daisy gardens and they are some of my favorite plants. Such happy flowers and boy do they say summer.

  9. What a cute daisy! I bet it would hate my not-at-all cool, moist climate though. Maybe I’ll try it anyway.

    Thanks for contributing your wisteria post for How to Find Great Plants! It’s up and running today. 🙂

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