Dimorphotheca fruticosa (=Osteospermum fruticosum)

Botanical Name: Dimorphotheca fruticosa (=Osteospermum fruticosum)

Common Name(s): Van Staden's daisy, White daisy bush

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Description:

A hardy, spreading, perennial ground cover that bears purple daisy-like flowers. It is also available in a form that has white flowers with lilac centres and mauve on the reverse of the petals. Starts flowering in spring and keeps blooming for many months. Excellent for hot and dry areas, like embankments.

Family: – Asteraceae

Synonym: – Osteospermum fruticosum

Botanical Pronunciation: dye-more-foe-THEE-kuh froo-tih-KOE-zuh

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Frost Hardy
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Indigenous
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Full Sun
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Moderate Watering

Drought Tolerance

Drought Tolerant.

Excellent for dry areas.

Flowers


January
February
September
October
November
December

Description:
This plant bears purple daisy-like flowers. It is also available in a form that has white flowers with lilac centres and mauve on the reverse of the petals. Starts flowering in spring and keeps blooming for many months.


Foliage

Interesting Info

Excellent for hot and dry areas, like embankments.

 

Origin

Southern Africa.

 

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