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Bidens ferulifolia ‘Blazing Fire’

Bidens ferulifolia ‘Blazing Fire’ is from the Asteraceae family of plants. Ferulifolia means fennel-like leaves. It has a colorful flower that attracts bees and butterflies. It grows to about 25cm or 10in. Other common names include Apache Beggar-ticks or Fern-Leaved Beggar-ticks or Bidens procera. It is native to the Southern United States and Mexico.

Bidens ferulifolia 'Blazing Fire'
Bidens ferulifolia ‘Blazing Fire’

Bidens ferulifolia ‘Blazing Fire’ is a perennial but it is grown as an annual. It has bright yellow-orange flowers the appear in summer and autumn. Plant them in the sun in moist but well-drained soil. Bidens ferulifolia ‘Blazing Fire’ looks great in borders as well as containers or hanging baskets. Generally, it is easy to care for no pruning, pests, or disease. Propagate Bidens ferulifolia ‘Blazing Fire’ by seeds or stem cuttings.

Bidens ferulifolia 'Blazing Fire'
Bidens ferulifolia ‘Blazing Fire’ or Fern-Leaved Beggar-Ticks

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  1. I’ve just been given a Bidens Blazing Glory. From what I’ve read it’s an annual. I live in zone 4A in Canada and am wondering if it would survive being planted outside in the winter, or if I should keep it inside and maybe trim it back a bit. Any suggestions you can give would be most appreciated. Thanks.

    • Hi Elaine, Bidens Blazing Glory has beautiful and colorful flowers but it is well suited to zones 9-11, as a perennial. In all other locations, it is grown as an annual, so if you would like to hold on to it for longer than one season then I would suggest growing it indoors or in a greenhouse. That does not mean that when it is warmer you cannot move it out in its container. I believe zone 4a temperatures drop to -25°F to -30°F and Bidens won’t survive that. You can always grow it from seeds or cuttings for each season if you like.

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