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Cinerarias appear as small, brightly and unusually colored daisy plants. Blooms are long-lived, provided the soil is kept moist and temperatures on the cool side. Evening temperatures of 45-50 degrees F. and day temperatures of 60-65 degrees F. are ideal.

Cinerarias are grown as an annual and should not be looked at as a houseplant. Once plants are finished blooming, discard.


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