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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Has: African daisies, fennel, fenugreek, low juniper and purple-eyed white daisies
"He understood what it could be." Wayburn recalls that Stegner and his wife, Mary, once visited his home in Bolinas, California, bringing with them a bunch of African daisies. Planted, the flowers soon spread out over a wide expanse of the garden.
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."
A border of purple African daisies, lobelia, sea lavender, and silvery dusty Miller hugs a pool in Scottsdale, AZ.
I love the gazanias (like South African daisies), spiky agaves, or the huge flaring flowers of the Brugsmanias, or `Angels Trumpets'.
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.
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.
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.
African daisies with reddish orange flowers skirt the front of the Wilkinsons' garden.
ALTERNATIVELY COMPLETE THE COUPON IN BLOCK CAPITALS AND SEND IT TO: Daily Mirror, Osteospermum (African Daisies) (DM19056), PO Box 64, South West District Office, Manchester M16 9HY
Photo: "The field seemed to explode overnight!' In early March, cream to gold African daisies (Dimorphotheca) blotted out the green.
The Bishop has since had children - Dahlia 'Bishop's Children' which retain the dark foliage but with different coloured blooms.?Osteospermum 'Tresco Purple' - African daisies are always cheerful plants but I particularly like the intense colour here.
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