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Image of Arctotis x hybrida (THE RAVERS™ SERIES) photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Hybrid African Daisy)

Frost-tender, shrubby perennials often used as annuals, these showy hybrids result from crosses between several South African members of Arctotis. They bear large colorful daisies with contrasting dark halos on calf-high, leafless stems. The solitary blooms may be pink, red, orange, white, or yellow. They appear from summer into fall above densely massed, silvery green, slightly fuzzy leaves with deeply lobed margins. Blooms tend to stay open wider and longer in cloudy conditions than do...

(Burningbush, Kochia)

A fast-growing annual with dense foliage on upright stems, Burning bush is showy in autumn as its leaves turn reddish purple. Native to Eurasia, this species is usually considered a weed elsewhere because it reseeds itself abundantly.

The leaves are thin and oblong or linear, ranging in color from light green to a light gray-green. The soft, fleshy stems are blushed salmon-red and can readily flop or break in a rain or wind downburst. Flowers occur in summer but are inconspicuous. In autumn the...

Image of Brachyscome iberidifolia photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Swan River Daisy)

Swan River daisy is an herbaceous, bushy and spreading annual that is native to western and southern Australia. This daisy has downy-soft gray-green leaves with a showy display of fragrant blue-purple, violet-pink or white flowers all summer long.

Swan River daisy can survive in a variety of soil conditions and is drought tolerant, but prefers well drained soil and full sun. This plant is perfect as a bedding plant, edging, mixed border member or as part of a container or seasonal hanging basket.

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Bravo Deep Blue with Black Center Daisy, Swan River Daisy)

Swan River daisy is an herbaceous, bushy and spreading annual that is native to western and southern Australia. The selection 'Bravo Deep Blue with Black Center' has downy-soft gray-green leaves with a showy display of fragrant blue-purple flowers all summer long with black eyes in the middle of the daisies. Being compact plants, they have particular favor for use in hanging baskets.

Swan River daisy can survive in a variety of soil conditions and is drought tolerant, but requires well drained...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Bravo Formula Mix Daisy, Swan River Daisy)

Swan River daisy is an herbaceous, bushy and spreading annual that is native to western and southern Australia. The Bravo Formula Mix has downy-soft gray-green leaves with a showy display of a collection of blue-purple, violet-pink or white flowers all summer long, often with black eyes in the middle of the daisy flowers. Being compact plants, they have particular favor for use in hanging baskets.

Swan River daisy can survive in a variety of soil conditions and is drought tolerant, but requires...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Bravo Violet with Black Center, Swan River Daisy)

Swan River daisy is an herbaceous, bushy and spreading annual that is native to western and southern Australia. The selection 'Bravo Violet with Black Center' has downy-soft gray-green leaves with a showy display of fragrant rosy-violet flowers all summer long with black eyes in the middle of the daisies. Being compact plants, they have particular favor for use in hanging baskets.

Swan River daisy can survive in a variety of soil conditions and is drought tolerant, but requires well drained...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Bravo White with Black Center Daisy, Swan River Daisy)

Swan River daisy is an herbaceous, bushy and spreading annual that is native to western and southern Australia. The selection 'Bravo White with Black Center' has downy-soft gray-green leaves with a showy display of fragrant white flowers all summer long with central black eyes. Being compact plants, they have particular favor for use in hanging baskets.

Swan River daisy can survive in a variety of soil conditions and is drought tolerant, but requires well drained soil and full sun. Pinch back...

(Bravo Daisy, Swan River Daisy)

Swan River daisy is an herbaceous, bushy and spreading annual that is native to western and southern Australia. The Bravo Series has downy-soft gray-green leaves with a showy display of fragrant blue-purple, violet-pink or white flowers all summer long, often with black eyes in the middle of the daisy flowers. Being compact plants, they have particular favor for use in hanging baskets.

Swan River daisy can survive in a variety of soil conditions and is drought tolerant, but requires well drained...

Image of Calendula officinalis photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Pot Marigold)

Cheerfully bright when in flower, pot marigold is a bushy annual that originates from Europe and the Mediterranean region. It is very easy-to-grow but it best in climates where summers are temperate and cool, though plants can be surprisingly drought tolerant once established. Often it is only grown as a cool season bedding plant.

During the growing season, it bears single, double or semi-double daisies that come in shades of cream, bronze, yellow and orange. These appear amid many soft medium...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Bon Bon Mix Pot Marigold, Pot Marigold)

Pot marigolds in the 'Bon Bon Mix' are dwarf, and have fully double flowers. These bushy annuals grow fast and deliver bright sunny color all season.

Pot marigold is a bushy annual that originates from Europe and the Mediterranean region. Very easy-to-grow, it's best in climates where summers are temperate and cool, though plants can be surprisingly drought tolerant once established. It is a favored cool season bedding plant.

During the growing season, 'Bon Bon Mix' bears double daisies that...