|12" to 18"|
|spring to early summer|
|yellow, daisy-like petals with white tips|
|beds, borders, cut flowers, wild flower plantings, and rock gardens|
|Sow seeds directly where you want them to grow in the early spring as soon as the soil is workable. Space seeds 4 to 5 inches apart and do not cover them.|
|Tidy Tips are a wildflower native to California. They are more often grown in the gardens of England than in the United States.|
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