The Fleabane Daisy (Erigeron Annuus) is highly attractive to pollinators because of its composite flowers, hairy stems, and hairy leaves. They are also great pollinator devices, since pollinators such as bees see brighter colours much more vividly.
Exposure: full sun
Watering: water well until established
Hardiness Zone: two through eight
Flower Color: ranges from deep blue to white
Height: sixty to seventy centimeters
Spread: forty-five to sixty centimeters