Osteospermum


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Osteospermum

toxic plant genus in family Asteraceae; causes cyanide poisoning; includes O. cuneata (Arctotis glutinosa), O. ecklonis, O. jucundum (O. barbariae), O. spectabilis (Castelis spectabilis); called also Dimorphotheca spp., South African daisy.
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You can now take cuttings from many tender herbaceous perennials, including salvias, osteospermum, fuchsias, pelargoniums and agyranthemums.
Don't forget rock plants such as armeria maritima, aubrieta, dianthus alpinus, phlox subulata, stachys, osteospermum jucundum, erigeron karvinskianus, and iris pumila.
There are zinnias, calendulas, catananche, echinops, inula, eupatorium, tagetes, gaillardia, osteospermum - the list is endless.
If you must use annuals, which are notoriously thirsty, keep them in pots rather than borders and go for ones Russian a purple which can withstand drier situations, like pelargoniums, gazania and osteospermum.
This technique can be used on many fast growing perennials including nemesias, diascias and osteospermum.
Among the new plug and liner introductions for the 2012 season are: Alyssum (Lobularia) Silver Stream, Calibrachoa Superbells Grape Punch, Petunia Supertunia White Russian, Osteospermum 3D Series, and Verbena Lanai Twister Pink.
MixMasters High Voltage combines Voltage Yellow Osteospermum and Aztec Red Velvet Verbena for a lightning-bright effect.
Why not also try these special offers: Offer 1: Osteospermum "Falling Stars": This charming plant is the first cascading cape daisy, it's drought tolerant and loves the sun making this one of the easiest plants to grow
Why not also try these special offers: OFFER 1: Osteospermum "Falling Stars" This charming plant is the first cascading cape daisy, it loves the sun making this one of the easiest plants to grow
Gallant contributors are Dahlias, Cosmos, Chrysanthemum segetum, Chamomile, Rudbeckia, Helenium, Bidens, Centura, Osteospermum and Coreopsis, and so many more.
I mention the familiar trailing African daisy (Osteospermum fruticosum) because of its lesser-known cousin, Osteospermum ecklonis 'Asti White.