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MEZOO™ Trailing Red Dorotheanthus

Quick Overview

  • Sprawling to Mounding Plant,
  • Succulent Leaves,
  • Tiny Flowers
Common Name:Livingstone Daisy
Plant Type:Annual
Hardiness Zone: 9, 10, 11 What is my zone?
Height:6 - 8 Inches
Spread:1 - 2 Feet
Exposure:Full Sun (+6 hrs.)
Part Shade (4-6 hrs.)
Flower Color:Red Shades

Availability: In stock

Product Name Price Qty
MEZOO™ Trailing Red Dorotheanthus - PS - 4 1/2" Pot
(Ships in Spring by USDA Zone)
  • Buy 3 for $8.54 each and save 5%
  • Buy 6 for $8.09 each and save 10%
  • Buy 12 for $7.64 each and save 15%


(Livingstone Daisy) MEZOO™ Trailing Red Dorotheanthus daisy is a sprawling to mounding plant with succulent green leaves edged with white and accented with button-sized red flowers in spring. MEZOO™ Trailing Red has bright flowers with many petite petals that remain open during cloudy weather unlike other Livingstone daisies which close if the sky darkens.
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MEZOO™ Trailing Red Dorotheanthus

Common Name Livingstone Daisy
USDA Hardiness Zone 9, 10, 11
Plant Type Annual
Sun Exposure Full Sun (+6 hrs.), Part Shade (4-6 hrs.)
Soil Moisture Needs Dry, Moderate, Moist, Wet
Flower Color Red Shades
Attributes Drought Tolerant
Design Use Combination Containers, Container, Hanging Baskets
Container Design Spiller
Season of Interest (Flowering) Fall, Late Spring or Early Summer, Late Summer, Summer

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Customer Reviews

Hardy Review by Karen | Zone: 4b
Really hardy plant. Can anyone tell me when or how to propagate it? Right now it lives in a window sill. (Posted on 9/1/2016)
Super Review by Marylou | Zone: 6b
This plant is SUPER. I purchased it last year and it just grew and grew on my deck. Everyone asked me what it was. I will buy another one this year. (Posted on 5/10/2014)
So Dainty Review by Shirley | Zone: 5b
I love this plant. The tiny red flowers are so dainty. I'll use it in my flower bed next year. (Posted on 7/30/2013)
Dazzling!! Review by Dorothy | Zone: 10a
This is one of the most gorgeous plants I have ever planted. I ordered 6 and they all arrived very heathy. I want to buy more but see they are out of stock again. I'm not surprised. I have them in dark blue containers with red coleus - Dazzling! (Posted on 11/3/2012)
Wonderful Plant Review by Marilyn | Zone: 6b
Wonderful plant. Brought in, but killed it by overwatering. Just got some more and will bring in this fall. Won't make the same mistake this time. (Posted on 5/31/2012)
Amazed Review by Cathie T | Zone: 7a
I was so amazed at this plant. Just bought it and put it in a pot. It went crazy. Just hope I can keep it alive. Trying to figure out how to keep it for the winter. Inside or out? If anyone knows let me hear from you. Thanks. (Posted on 10/2/2011)
Superbly Review by Connie J | Zone: 5a
I picked this up just as a pot filler in late spring. I had never heard of it. It has performed superbly! Very low maintenance and I have already potted it for the winter. Hopeful to use again next year and also to take cuttings. I just love it! (Posted on 9/25/2011)
Beautiful Trailing Plant Review by Beverly | Zone: 5
A friend gave me some starts of this plant. I was very intrigued at this unusual and very beautiful trailing plant. It took some searching until I found out what it was. She just broke off some pieces and stuck them in my pots and they took right off. The tiny pink flower is remarkable. I can't wait to see how they look at the end of the summer. I plan to keep this one in my yard and garden for a long time! (Posted on 6/7/2009)
Doing Great Review by Joyce M | Zone: 7
I bought this plant a few weeks ago as a hanging baskets and they are doing great. I haven't watered them as I was told they are both heat and drought tolerant and a favorite for people that don't have time to baby their plants. That works for me. This fall I plan on taking them in and getting cuttings. They're different and so easy to care for so far. We shall see. (Posted on 5/10/2009)
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