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Image of Brachyscome multifida photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Swan River Daisy)

Rock daisy is a broad spindly perennial, often grown as an annual, that is native to southeastern Australia. The ferny, bright green leaves are adorned by single daisy-like flowers with yellow centers from midsummer to autumn. Flower color is usually bluish purple but varies to white and pink as well.

While rock daisy can tolerate a variety of soil conditions and types, it grows best in a moist, well-drained soil and full sun. It is drought tolerant but grows a little faster with a light watering...

(Billabong Moonlight Swan River Daisy, Swan River Daisy)

Billabong Moonlight rock daisy is a broad spindly perennial, often grown as an annual, that is native to southeastern Australia. The ferny, bright green leaves are adorned by single white daisy-like flowers with yellow centers from midsummer to autumn.

While rock daisy can tolerate a variety of soil conditions and types, it grows best in a moist, well-drained soil and full sun. 'Billabong Moonlight' is drought tolerant but grows a little faster with a light watering during drier periods. Rock...

Image of Bromelia photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Heart-of-Flame)

This is a large and diverse plant family. There are approximately 45 genera and over 2000 species in the family. These are either epiphytic (tree-dwelling) or terrestrial (ground-dwelling) and many are drought tolerant. Species are distributed from North America to South. All are perennial and most are tropical to subtropical and tender.

In general, bromeliads have alternating stiff or leathery strap-shaped leaves with parallel veins. Leaf color varies widely. Many species have brightly colored...

Image of Bromelia balansae photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Heart-of-Flame)

This is a large and diverse plant family. There are approximately 45 genera and over 2000 species in the family. These are either epiphytic (tree-dwelling) or terrestrial (ground-dwelling) and many are drought tolerant. Species are distributed from North America to South. All are perennial and most are tropical to subtropical and tender.

In general, bromeliads have alternating stiff or leathery strap-shaped leaves with parallel veins. Leaf color varies widely. Many species have brightly colored...

Image of Bromelia balansae

James H. Schutte

(Heart-of-Flame)

This is a large and diverse plant family. There are approximately 45 genera and over 2000 species in the family. These are either epiphytic (tree-dwelling) or terrestrial (ground-dwelling) and many are drought tolerant. Species are distributed from North America to South. All are perennial and most are tropical to subtropical and tender.

In general, bromeliads have alternating stiff or leathery strap-shaped leaves with parallel veins. Leaf color varies widely. Many species have brightly colored...

Image of Bromelia pinguin photo by: Jim Walsh

Jim Walsh

(Heart-of-Flame, Maya, Pinuela)

This is a large and diverse plant family. There are approximately 45 genera and over 2000 species in the family. These are either epiphytic (tree-dwelling) or terrestrial (ground-dwelling) and many are drought tolerant. Species are distributed from North America to South. All are perennial and most are tropical to subtropical and tender.

In general, bromeliads have alternating stiff or leathery strap-shaped leaves with parallel veins. Leaf color varies widely. Many species have brightly colored...

Image of Bromeliaceae photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Bromeliad Family)

This is a large and diverse plant family. There are approximately 45 genera and over 2000 species in the family. These are either epiphytic (tree-dwelling) or terrestrial (ground-dwelling) and many are drought tolerant. Species are distributed from North America to South. All are perennial and most are tropical to subtropical and tender.

In general, bromeliads have alternating stiff or leathery strap-shaped leaves with parallel veins. Leaf color varies widely. Many species have brightly colored...

(Amethyst Flower)

Amethyst flower is a dense tender perennial from tropical South America that is commonly grown as an annual. Its light green leaves are a nice contrast to the numerous and pretty star-shaped, purple-blue flowers with tiny white centers.

Amethyst flower grows easily from seed in diffused sun and fertile, moist soil. It would benefit being shaded from the hottest summer afternoon sun in the warmest climates. Overall, it is a reliable bedding plant that can be enjoyed indoors in the winter as well....

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Amethyst Flower, Blue Bells Amethyst Flower)

Amethyst flower is a dense tender perennial from tropical South America that is commonly grown as an annual. The light green leaves of 'Blue Bells' are a nice contrast to the numerous and pretty star-shaped, clear blue flowers with prominent white centers.

Amethyst flower grows easily from seed in diffused sun and fertile, moist soil. It would benefit being shaded from the hottest summer afternoon sun in the warmest climates. Overall, it is a reliable bedding plant that can be enjoyed indoors...

Image of Browallia speciosa

Jessie Keith

(Amethyst Flower, Marine Bells Amethyst Flower)

Amethyst flower is a dense tender perennial from tropical South America that is commonly grown as an annual. The cultivar 'Marine Bells' has light green leaves which are a nice contrast to the numerous and pretty star-shaped, intense indigo blue flowers with tiny white centers.

Amethyst flower grows easily from seed in diffused sun and fertile, moist soil. It would benefit being shaded from the hottest summer afternoon sun in the warmest climates. Overall, it is a reliable bedding plant that...