African daisy

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Synonyms for African daisy

shrub of southwestern Mediterranean region having yellow daisylike flowers

African or Asiatic herbs with daisylike flowers

any of several plants of the genus Arctotis having daisylike flowers

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also known as African daisies, have proven effective in removing from the air trichloroethylene, which comes from everyday sources such as dry cleaning, varnishes, lacquers, and adhesives.
Many of our colourful bedding plants are toxic if ingested, including geraniums, marigolds and dahlias, so go for sunflowers, fuchsia, gerberas, African daisies and Busy Lizzies instead.
Osteospermums - one of hundreds of different South African daisies for our gardens that will give you pleasure from now until the end of summer.
A border of purple African daisies, lobelia, sea lavender, and silvery dusty Miller hugs a pool in Scottsdale, AZ.
They were bringing home some delicate purple foxgloves and bright African daisies.
Then there are those perennials gardeners are advised to treat as annuals such as Chrysanthemums, Nicotiana, Cosmos astrosanguineus (the Chocolate Flower), Gazanias, some of the South African daisies, even Osteospermums.
In May, they're replaced with warm-season bloomers such as white African daisies (Osteospermum Symphony Series), lavender bacopa, pale pink geraniums, hot pink million bells (Calibrachoa hybrids), and blue and white nemesias.
I knew him from the Sav-On parking lot, where he washed car windshields in hopes of cadging spare change; I knew him from the 7-Eleven, where he would stand by the door and ask, ``Do you happen to have an extra quarter - I need some money for lunch''; and I knew him from before, at the county jail farm, where he had worked under my tutelage propagating English ivy and trailing African daisies.
African daisies with reddish orange flowers skirt the front of the Wilkinsons' garden.
And, if you're feeling ambitious, it's not a bad time to divide your perennials such as agapanthuses, African daisies, chrysanthemums, coreopsises, day lilies and delphiniums.
Osteospermum 'Tresco Purple' - African daisies are always cheerful plants but I particularly like the intense colour here.
Hillcrest Drive hope to give residents tours of blooming trailing African daisies, ice plants and dwarf coyote bushes.
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