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Pheasant's eye Overview
Genus of over 30 hardy perennial species. They are commonly grown for their pretty flowers and foliage and originate from Europe and Asia. Flowers are typically red, yellow or orange, bearing between 5-30 petals. This genus is widely cultivated for garden use and has been introduced to North America.
How to propagate Pheasant's eye
Propagation is by seed when fresh in late summer.
Division after flowering.
Special features of Pheasant's eye
Other uses of Pheasant's eye
Grown for their foliage and flowers.