Thank you for visiting!
We are open and are taking orders for Fall 2021 shipping. Most live plants ship according to our Fall Shipping Schedule.
Please review the schedule and the details on our product pages for more information.

How to Grow Dahlberg Daisy

Thymophylla Germination Information

Thymophylla is the botanical name for Dahlberg Daisy
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