daisy bush

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Synonyms for daisy bush

any of various mostly Australian attractively shaped shrubs of the genus Olearia grown for their handsome and sometimes fragrant evergreen foliage and profusion of daisy flowers with white or purple or blue rays

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Such a bed might have been planted with Indian hawthorn (Rhaphiolepis), trailing rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis `Prostratus'), the common yellow daisy bush known as euryops (Euryops pectinatus) or the violet-flowered, cabbage-leafed statice (Limonium perezeii), sometimes called sea lavender.
Sarah also has many years' experience with eventing horses and some may recall her point to point riding with such horses as Daisy Bush and Licky Beg.
For evergreen rounded shrubs to protect borders, there are two species both nicknamed daisy bush for an obvious reason - Olearia x haastii, a New Zealand native, slow-growing to 1.
Around the resplendent vulva she planted a thick bush of flowering plants - boronia, grevillea, westringia, mountain devil, prickly spider flower, toothed daisy bush and mirror of heaven.
The daisy bush, brachyglottis, thrives without much moisture
Heroic evergreens include two shrubs with grey-green foliage and the same nickname - daisy bush - Olearia x haastii, slow-growing to 1.
TAKE cuttings from any shrubs you need to renew - lavender, ceanothus, escallonia, hibiscus, hypericum, pieris, privet, cotoneaster, fuchsia, hydrangea, philadelphus (mock orange), potentilla, most viburnums and the daisy bush, formerly Senecio laxifolius, now renamed Brachyglottis laxifolium.