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African Bush Daisy

African Bush Daisy (Euryops chrysanthemoides)

This South African native is the perfect choice for hot, dry locations everywhere. This is a fast grower, with a dense, shrubby habit and an abundance of bright daisy flowers over a long season. Grown as a perennial in frost-free climates.

Angelita Daisy

Angelita Daisy (Hymenoxys acaulis)

Tidy mounds of needle-leaved, silvery-green foliage add cool color and great form to hot, dry locations. Long wiry stems of yellow daisies appear from spring through autumn. A vibrant, carefree selection!

Annual African Bush Daisy

Annual African Bush Daisy (Euryops pectinatus)

A striking combination of feathery gray-green foliage and bright yellow daisies. Grows fast with a vigorous, shrubby habit. Blooms over a long season bringing bright color to difficult dry locations where few other plants survive. Grown as a perennial in frost-free climates.

Arctotis, African Daisy

Arctotis, African Daisy (Arctotis hybrid)

Don’t let the dainty beauty of this plant fool you, this is a rugged selection perfect for novice gardeners or anyone seeking a low-maintenance landscape. Arctotis originates in the hot, dry regions of South Africa and brings the benefits of its tolerance to harsh conditions to the…

Arctotis, African Daisy

Arctotis, African Daisy (Arctotis venusta)

Also known as “Blue-eyed African Daisy” because of the glowing blue flower centers. This dainty but durable plant offers a season-long display of white flowers that bring a cool feeling to sunny, arid locations. Arctotis originates in the hot, dry regions of South Africa and…

Bellium, Miniature Daisy

Bellium, Miniature Daisy (Bellium minutum)

Dainty white flowers with thread-like petals over bright green foliage. Dense mats of spreading foliage provide a rewarding display. Adds a touch of class to any garden planting.

Brachycome, Swan River Daisy

Brachycome, Swan River Daisy (Brachyscome)

Often called Swan River Daisy, Brachyscome offers up dainty daisies atop lush mounds of foliage. Originally native to the climates of Australia and New Zeeland, they bring a light, cheery touch to any combination.

Butter Daisy, Star Daisy

Butter Daisy, Star Daisy (Melampodium paludosum)

A cheerful, easy to grow plant that performs well in hot, humid conditions. Produces bright yellow, daisy-like blooms all season long. This plant spreads easily by seed so remove faded flower heads to keep plant tidy and to control the establishment of seedlings in the garden.

Creeping Daisy, Mini Marguerite

Creeping Daisy, Mini Marguerite (Chrysanthemum paludosum)

A carpet of charming white daisies all summer long. Looks great planted in the foreground of perennial gardens for a splash of continuous color. Can also be grown in containers on its own, or in combination with colorful annuals or perennials.

Dahlberg Daisy, Golden Fleece

Dahlberg Daisy, Golden Fleece (Dyssodia tenuiloba)

Perfect for adding loads of color to hot, dry locations where many other plants would fail. The low spreading foliage produces an abundance of daisy-like yellow flowers all season long.