Arctotis x hybrida – African daisy



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South AfricaArctotis x hybrida African daisy

Indigenous; 25cm x 1m
Planting position: Full sun.Suitable for most growing regions without constant hot humidity.Spacing of 50cm.
Requires watering during dry spells. Compost-enriched, well-draining soil mixed with complete fertiliser.Watch out for snails and caterpillars.
Propagate from autumn-sown seed.

The African daisy provides spring and summer colour with its flowers, which only open in sunny weather. These blooms are available in shades of yellow to red, pink and white. It covers densely with greyish-green foliage and spreading stems.

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