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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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 1.5m (5ft), with holly-like leaves and clusters of white, scented flowers in May and June, and Brachyglottis laxifolium , fast-growing to around 90cm tall and 1.2m across (3ft x 4ft), with grey-green leaves and bunches of bright yellow blooms in summer.
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 1.5m (5ft), with scented white daises, and Brachyglottis laxifolia, a rounded shrub reaching 90cm (3ft), producing yellow daisy clusters; and an evergreen wall shrub, Griselinia littoralis, of which there is a variegated form.
osteospermum forgetme-not red ranunculus tulips euphorbia birch garden SHELTER: Starry daisy bush (Olearia stellulata)
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.
8 Daisy bush, pounds 7.99, Homebase, 9 Provence nesting baskets, pounds 25 for a set of three, 10 white lidded trinket box, pounds 18, both Virgin Vie at Home; 11 large green enamel watering can, pounds 31, Garden Trading Company; 12 small turquoise watering can, pounds 5, John Lewis.
For evergreen rounded shrubs to protect borders from fierce winds, there are two species both nicknamed daisy bush for an obvious reason - Olearia x haastii, a New Zealand native, slow-growing to 1.5 (5ft), with holly-like leaves and clusters of white flowers in May and June, and Brachyglottis laxifolium, formerly Senecio laxifolius, fast-growing to around 90cm tall and 1.2m across (3ft x 4ft), with grey-green leaves bunches of bright yellow blooms in summer.