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Mexican Fleabane – Best Erigeron Karvinskianus Plants In New Zealand

Growing colourful perennials in your garden such as Mexican Fleabane delivers a vast range of benefits:

We have both the largest variety of Mexican Daisy and Erigeron karvinskianus plants, and we have the right one for your space. These have been selected to thrive in NZ’s climate. We grow and stock only the highest quality plants, sourcing them locally, and from NZ’s leading nurseries. Each plant is packed and transported with extreme care, ensuring it arrives to you in the same condition it was in when it left the nursery. If you are wanting to buy Erigeron, shop with confidence from the best in the industry.

Erigeron And Mexican Fleabane Questions

1. Where is the best place to plant Erigeron?

Erigeron is a versatile plant that can be grown in a variety of settings. It prefers a full sun or partial shade position with a well-drained soil.

2. What are some of the common uses for Erigeron?

Some of the common uses for Erigeron include:

3. What is the English name for Erigeron?

The most common English name for Erigeron is fleabane. However, there are many different species of Erigeron, each with its own common name.

Here are a few examples:

Some species of Erigeron also have more specific common names, such as:

If you are unsure of the specific common name of a particular species of Erigeron, you can always refer to its latin name.

4. Why is Erigeron called fleabane?

The common name "fleabane" is thought to have originated in the Middle Ages, when people believed that dried fleabane could be used to repel fleas. There is some scientific evidence to support this claim, as some species of Erigeron contain compounds that have insecticidal properties. However, other studies have shown that fleabane is not particularly effective at repelling fleas.

It is also possible that the name "fleabane" is simply a reference to the plant's hairy appearance. Fleas are attracted to hair, so it may have been thought that fleabane's hairy leaves and stems made it a good habitat for fleas.

Whatever the reason, the name "fleabane" has stuck, and it is still used today to refer to many species of Erigeron.

5. Is Erigeron fully hardy?

The answer to whether erigeron is fully hardy depends on the specific species and the climate it's being grown in. There are quite a few different types of erigeron, and their hardiness levels vary. Here's a breakdown:

Fully hardy in most climates:

Hardy in milder climates:

Less hardy:

6. Can you grow Erigeron from cuttings?

Growing Erigeron from cuttings is a great way to propagate these cheerful daisies, and it's quite straightforward:

7. Can Erigeron be moved?

Yes, you can move Erigeron plants and they are generally considered easy to transplant. Here are some things to keep in mind:

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