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(Brachyscome, Surdaisy™ White Brachyscome, Swan River Daisy)

Commonly grown as an annual that's killed by subfreezing temperatures, the Surdaisy™ White Swan River daisy, a tender perennial, produces angelic white flowers. This cultivar -- 'Bonbraho' -- resulted from controlled cross-pollination efforts in 2004 by Andrew Bernuetz of Bonza Botanicals in Yellow Rock, New South Wales, Australia.

The bright emerald green leaves are narrow and deeply lobed, create a soft-looking frilly mass. The delicate leaves make an attractive foil to the yellow-eyed daisies...

(Brachyscome, Surdaisy™ Pink Brachyscome, Swan River Daisy)

A mounding plant with brown stems that freely branch and sprawl outward, the Surdaisy™ Pink Swan River daisy produces pink to soft, delicate rose blossoms with yellow and green centers. A hybrid tender perennial, it's most often grown as a seasonal bedding annual that's killed by subfreezing temperatures.

A striking oddity for this Swan River daisy selection are the jagged oval leaves of a dark green. New leaves are purplish. The coarse-looking leaves make an effective background for the Easter-worthy...

(Brachyscome, City Lights Brachyscome, Swan River Daisy)

A low mounding plant that sprawls outward like a groundcover, 'City Lights' bears long flower stems that flop or rise above the frilly foliage. City Lights Swan River daisy is the result of a concerted breeding program of the mid-1990s by Peter George Abell of Cobbitty, New South Wales, Australia. A hybrid tender perennial, it's often used as a summer bedding annual that's killed by freezing temperatures.

The bright emerald green leaves are deeply and narrowly lobed, creating a mounded mat of...

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James H. Schutte

(Brachyscome, New Amethyst Brachyscome, Swan River Daisy)

Compact but low-growing and sprawling, 'Compact Amethyst' branches freely to bloom and doesn't require deadheading of old blossoms to continually produces new flowers. Marketed as New Amethyst™, it bears long flower stems that extend well beyond above the frilly foliage. Compact Amethyst Swan River daisy is the result of a concerted breeding program of the mid-1990s by Peter George Abell of Cobbitty, New South Wales, Australia. A hybrid tender perennial, it's often used as a summer bedding annual...

(Mini Yellow Swan River Daisy, Swan River Daisy)

Swan River daisy is a short lived perennial, often grown as an annual. The finely divided, bright green leaves form a soft, spreading mound. 'Lemon Twist' has single daisy-like soft yellow flowers with yellow centers, which are held above the delicate foliage from midsummer to autumn.

While this plant can tolerate a variety of soil condition's and types, it grows best in well drained soil and full sun. This plant is drought tolerant but grows a little faster with a light watering during drier...

(Blue Zephyr® Brachyscome, Brachyscome, Swan River Daisy)

The Blue Zephyr® or Mauve Mystique Swan River daisy becomes a sprawling mounding plant with rich mauve-lavender flowers. A double row of petals surround the golden yellow eye. A hybrid tender perennial, it's often used as a summer bedding annual that's killed by freezing temperatures.

The bright emerald green leaves are deeply and narrowly lobed, creating a mounded mat of fine-texture. A heavy-bloomer, this cultivar bears light blue-violet or deep lavender daisy blossoms. Trimming off spend flowers...

(Pink Swirl Swan River Daisy, Swan River Daisy)

Swan river daisy is a short-lived perennial, often grown as an annual. The ferny, bright green leaves form a delicate spreading mound. 'Pink Swirl' has single daisy-like lavender-pink flowers with yellow centers from midsummer to autumn. While this plant can tolerate a variety of soil condition's and types, it grows best in well drained soil and full sun. It is drought tolerant but grows a little faster with a light watering during drier periods. Swan river daisy is excellent for use in hanging...

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Jesse Saylor

(Strawberry Mousse Swan River Daisy, Swan River Daisy)

Swan River daisy is a short-lived tender perennial, often grown as an annual. The finely divided, bright green leaves form a soft, spreading mound. 'Strawberry Mousse' has single daisy-like flowers with narrow bright pink petals surrounding a yellow-green center. The blooms are held above the delicate foliage from midsummer to autumn. While this plant can tolerate a variety of soil condition's and types, it grows best in well drained soil and full sun. It is drought tolerant but grows a little faster...

(Brachyscome, Surdaisy™ Brachyscome, Swan River Daisy)

A collection of tender perennials with a tight habit and mounding to slightly spreading tendency, Swan River daisies in the Surdaisy™ Series are usually grown as annuals that are killed by seasonal frosts and freezes. Another feature of this collection that it includes plants that produce pink and yellow flowers in addition to the typical lavender-blue and white forms. Leaves are bright emerald green and finely textured, but the pink-flowering cultivar's leaves are darker green and resemble chrysanthemum...

(Brachyscome, Surdaisy™ Yellow Brachyscome, Swan River Daisy)

The tight, compactly mounded Surdaisy™ Yellow Swan River daisy produces its small, button-like yellow flowers on upright stems above the leaves. A hybrid tender perennial, it's most often grown as a seasonal bedding annual that's killed by subfreezing temperatures.

The bright emerald green leaves are narrow and deeply lobed, create a soft-looking frilly mass. The delicate leaves make an attractive foil to the yellow-eyed daisies with many thin, thread-like, lighter yellow petals. Deadheading...