MEZOO™ Trailing Red Dorotheanthus

(9 customer reviews)
  • Sprawling to Mounding Plant,
  • Succulent Leaves,
  • Tiny Flowers

Ships in Spring by USDA Zone

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MEZOO™ Trailing Red Dorotheanthus

(9 customer reviews)
  • Sprawling to Mounding Plant,
  • Succulent Leaves,
  • Tiny Flowers

Ships in Spring by USDA Zone

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(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.

MEZOO™ Trailing Red Dorotheanthus
Common Name: Livingstone Daisy
Plant Type: Annual
Hardiness Zone: 9, 10, 11What is my zone?
Max Height: 6 – 8 Inches
Max Spread: 1 – 2 Feet
Exposure: Full Sun (+6 hrs.), Part Shade (4-6 hrs.)
Flower Color: Red Shades
Soil Moisture Needs: Dry, Moderate, Moist, Wet
Attributes: Drought Tolerant
Design Use: Combination Containers, Container, Hanging Baskets
Container Design: Spiller
Season of Interest (Flowering): Late Spring or Early Summer, Summer, Late Summer, Fall
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9 reviews for MEZOO™ Trailing Red Dorotheanthus

  1. Karen | Zone: 4b

    Hardy
    Really hardy plant. Can anyone tell me when or how to propagate it? Right now it lives in a window sill.

  2. Marylou | Zone: 6b

    Super
    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.

  3. Shirley | Zone: 5b

    So Dainty
    I love this plant. The tiny red flowers are so dainty. I’ll use it in my flower bed next year.

  4. Dorothy | Zone: 10a

    Dazzling!!
    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!

  5. Marilyn | Zone: 6b

    Wonderful Plant
    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.

  6. Cathie T | Zone: 7a

    Amazed
    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.

  7. Connie J | Zone: 5a

    Superbly
    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!

  8. Beverly | Zone: 5

    Beautiful Trailing Plant
    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!

  9. Joyce M | Zone: 7

    Doing Great
    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.

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