Dimorphotheca aurantiaca

Botanical Name: Dimorphotheca aurantiaca

Common Name(s): Namaqualand daisy, African daisy

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Description:

A wonderful choice for hot, sunny, dry areas. Sow directly into well-drained soil from March to May, thinning out seedlings to 150mm apart. Daisylike flowers with a dark centre and white, yellow, orange or salmon-pink petals. Plants should flower nine weeks from sowing. Very easy to grow.

Family: – Asteraceae, Daisy family

Botanical Pronunciation: – dye-more-foe-THEE-kuh

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Semi Frost Hardy
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Indigenous
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Full Sun
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Moderate Watering

Flowers

January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Foliage

Description: The foliage of this plant is herbaceous.
Dimorphotheca aurantiaca flower bud

Origin
South Africa
Other Languages
Namakwalandse madeliefie (A)
Possible Problems
Parts of plant are poisonous if ingested.
Seed Sowing Instructions
Sow directly into well-drained soil, and thinning out seedlings to 150mm apart.
Size
Height: 30 cmSpread: 20 cm
Soil Conditions
Prefers well-drained soil.
Uses in landscape design
A wonderful choice for hot, sunny, dry areas.
When to Sow
Sow seed from march to may.
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