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Spintop Halo Orange

Spintop Halo Orange- Blanket Flowers are valuable in the summer border for their very long season of bloom. Plants form a low mound of light-green leaves, bearing upright stems of large daisy-type flowers. This selection from the Spintop series features flat, dark orange petals with golden tips that form an outer halo. The series are compact, upright growers. Excellent for cutting, with nice long stems. Attractive to butterflies. Drought tolerant once established. Plants should be divided every 2 to 3 years, in early spring. Not the best choice for heavy clay soil that will stay wet through the winter. Removing faded flowers will encourage constant blooming.

Optimal Growing Conditions

Sun Exposure

Full Sun

Soil Type

Normal or


Soil Moisture


Care Level


Appearance and Characteristics

Flower Colour



Blooming Time

Early Summer

Mid Summer

Late Summer

Early Fall

Foliage Color

Light Green

Plant Uses & Characteristics

Accent: Good Texture/Form

Attracts Butterflies

Attracts Hummingbirds



Cut Flower

Deer Resistant

Drought Tolerant

Rabbit Resistant


Flower Head Size



30-35 cm

12-14 inches


30-35 cm

12-14 inches

Foot Traffic


Growth Rate


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