Thymophylla is the botanical name for Dahlberg Daisy
Thymophylla Germination Information

Thymophylla Seed Germination How to Sow Thymophylla:

  • Sow seeds indoors at 65-70° with NO cover as light aids in germination
  • Expect germination in 15-20 days
  • It is not recommended to sow the small seeds outdoors

How to Grow Thymophylla:
Transplanting: Transplant when there are at least two sets of true leaves

Spacing: Space seedlings 6 inches apart in full sun

Soil: Site in a well-drained soil and fertilize monthly

Additional Care: Deadhead to prolong the flower display. It is very tolerant of pests and diseases. Plants will self-sow, perpetuating themselves from year to year

Appearance and Use:

A vigorous annual for use as filler in borders, as a bedding plant, and in baskets and showy container displays. Habit is multi-branching and upright from 8-12 inches tall by 12 inches wide. From spring to summer, plants are covered in 1/2-1 inch diameter, daisy-like flowers. The disk and ray florets are both yellow. The green, 3/4-1 inch long, ferny foliage is pungent with a fragrance reminiscent of Thyme


About Thymophylla:
Pronunciation:  ti-mof’il-å ten-u-i-lo’bå
Lifecycle:  Annual
Origination: Asteraceae, native to Texas and Mexico
Common Name: Dahlberg Daisy