Is the cineraria plant a perennial?

Cinerarias are tender perennials that are only hardy in USDA zones 9-11, so they are most grown as annual plants, in greenhouses or as short lived, flowering house plants. Cineraria plants are native to the Canary Islands.

Rest of the in-depth answer is here. Furthermore, can cineraria be planted outside?

Cineraria flowers can be red, white, blue, or purple. Cineraria plants are very fragile perennial plants so they are mostly used as outdoor annuals or indoor gift plants that bloom for only about a month. Once the flowers of a Cineraria plant die, it's time to throw it out or plant it outside.

Additionally, how do you plant cineraria seeds? Cineraria seeds require light for germination, so do not cover the flower seeds. Plant in a container or tray containing a seed starting mix and lightly press flower seeds into soil. Keep the flower seeds moist and germination should occur in 14 - 21 days. Blooms will appear in 16 - 18 weeks.

Also Know, do you deadhead cineraria?

Make the most of your blooms by deadheading spent flowers to encourage new buds to form. After 3-4 weeks, your Cineraria should grow back in their full extravagance!

Is cineraria silver dust a perennial?

Senecio. Senecio cineraria 'Silver Dust' is a tender shrub, usually grown as a half-hardy annual foliage plant. Senecio cineraria 'Silver Dust' is easily raised from seed and is best treated as an annual – alternatively growing in containers which you can move indoors in autumn.