This beautiful flower is native to the South Plains of Texas. A small city in Texas is named after the flower. It was first discovered growing at Tahoka Lake in 1898. The Tahoka Daisy has two inch lavender-blue flowers, a golden-yellow center, and lovely green, fern-like foliage. You will enjoy a rich display of color with this flower. It enjoys full sun and blooms its heart out until first frost. A unique flower with an interesting history. Another tidbit of history about the flower – The Tahoka Rotary Club members carried sample packets to Rotary International conventions and distributed the seed to delegates from every state in the Union and many foreign countries.
You will receive approximately 50 seeds
*Seeds are mailed in a bubble wrap package to prevent crushing*