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James H. Schutte

(African Daisy)

Frequently grown as annuals but in fact tender perennials, these daisy-flowered plants from South Africa are among the showiest bloomers for gardens and greenhouses. The large orange, yellow, white, pink, magenta, or purple daisies — which often have contrasting centers or undersides — appear from late spring to autumn on erect or trailing stems. Some varieties will bloom all year in mild climates. The shrubby plants have oval green or gray-green leaves that are sometimes bluntly toothed. Numerous...

(African Daisy)

Grown most often as an annual, but in fact a tender perennial, ‘Stardust’ is a daisy-flowered osteospermum descended from an evergreen perennial native to South Africa and is among the showiest of blooming plants for gardens and greenhouses. The compact, shrubby plant has a mounding, tidy habit that makes it a superior flowering groundcover. The oval green or gray-green leaves are glossy and densely held on upright branches that arise freely from the base of the plant. The flowers are held above...

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Maureen Gilmer

(African Daisy, Cape Daisy)

The flowers of this Cape daisy are vivid purple pinwheels. Circling a central disc, the petals are broad at the base, then tubular, then broad again, like little spoons. Frequently grown as an annual ‘Aksullo’ is descended from perennials native to South Africa that are favored by breeders in search of showy bloomers for gardens and greenhouses. A contemporary cultivar, ‘Aksullo’ is a cross of Osteospermum ecklonis made in Denmark. Its compact, mounding, tidy habit that makes a superior...

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Goldsmith Seeds

(African Daisy)

An erect, compact, shrubby perennial native to South Africa, African daisy is commonly grown as an annual for its long-blooming, large "daisies" with contrasting eyes. The first seed-grown African daisies to come in individual colors, the Asti Series also features exceptional drought tolerance. The flowers stay open on cloudy days. ‘Asti White’ with stunning white petals and indigo centers was named a 2008 All-America Selection Winner. Check out the article elsewhere on this website: www.learn2grow.com/gardeningguides/annuals/basics/AllAmericaSelections.aspx?page=2...

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Goldsmith Seeds

(African Daisy)

An erect, compact, shrubby perennial native to South Africa, African daisy is commonly grown as an annual for its long-blooming, large "daisies" with contrasting eyes. The first seed-grown African daisies to come in individual colors, the Asti Series also features exceptional drought tolerance. The flowers stay open on cloudy days. ‘Asti White’ with stunning white petals and indigo centers was named a 2008 All-America Selection Winner. Check out the article elsewhere on this website: www.learn2grow.com/gardeningguides/annuals/basics/AllAmericaSelections.aspx?page=2...

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Goldsmith Seeds

(African Daisy)

An erect, compact, shrubby perennial native to South Africa, African daisy is commonly grown as an annual for its long-blooming, large "daisies" with contrasting eyes. The first seed-grown African daisies to come in individual colors, the Asti Series also features exceptional drought tolerance. The flowers stay open on cloudy days. ‘Asti White’ with stunning white petals and indigo centers was named a 2008 All-America Selection Winner. Check out the article elsewhere on this website: www.learn2grow.com/gardeningguides/annuals/basics/AllAmericaSelections.aspx?page=2...

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All-America Selections

(African Daisy, Asti White African Daisy)

An erect, compact, shrubby perennial native to South Africa, African daisy is commonly grown as an annual for its long-blooming, large "daisies" with contrasting eyes. The first seed-grown African daisies to come in individual colors, the Asti Series also features exceptional drought tolerance. The flowers stay open on cloudy days. ‘Asti White’ with stunning white petals and indigo centers was named a 2008 All-America Selection Winner. Check out the article elsewhere on this website: www.learn2grow.com/gardeningguides/annuals/basics/AllAmericaSelections.aspx?page=2...

(African Daisy)

This is a rare pink Cape daisy with spoon-shaped petals that make the flowers look like fancy pinwheels. Frequently grown as an annual but in fact a tender perennial descended from a native of South Africa, it is a hybrid of Osteospermum ecklonis bred in Germany. The compact, mounding, tidy habit makes it a superior high-color groundcover. The oval green or gray-green leaves are densely held on a free branching stem.

Part of the Astra Series, which includes other colors, ‘Astra Candy...

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James Burghardt

(African Daisy)

Erect, compact, shrubby perennials commonly employed as annuals, Astra Series osteospermums are grown for their profuse, long-blooming daisy-flowers with contrasting eyes. The cultivar 'Astra Dark Yellow' is golden yellow with a deep purple eye. Flowering begins and is heaviest in spring but continues sporadically until fall.

Astra Series osteospermums are very easy to maintain. Grow them in fertile, acidic, well-drained soil in a sheltered site in full sun. Deadhead the plants to prolong flowering,...

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James Burghardt

(African Daisy)

Erect, compact, shrubby perennials commonly employed as annuals, Astra Series osteospermums are grown for their profuse, long-blooming daisy-flowers with contrasting eyes. The cultivar 'Astra Pink' is vibrant magenta-pink with a blue eye. Flowering begins and is heaviest in spring but continues sporadically until fall.

Astra Series osteospermums are very easy to maintain. Grow them in fertile, acidic, well-drained soil in a sheltered site in full sun. Deadhead the plants to prolong flowering,...