Also known as Smooth Golden Fleece, this cultivar of wild daisy wins the beauty contest with its elegant markings, whilst its leaves and roots provide nutritious minerals for soups and even wine. Children adore these puffballs that fly like parachutes in the wind. Gardeners will enjoy these wildflowers that appear after spring blooms finish. Sow as for wildflowers.
An alpine seed, if your area lacks a cold winter, sow seed in punnets and place in the fridge for 4 weeks to initiate germination. Be patient, while slow top germinate, they are hardy in the garden and are suitable for rockeries or as an edging plant.