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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Using the moss as a liner, I filled the structure up with peat-free compost and proceeded to add colour in the form of aubretia and osteospermums as well as sage and variegated ivies.
Take stem cuttings of plants that do not divide easily, such as penstemons and osteospermums.
Take stem cuttings of plants that do not divide easily, such as osteospermums and penstemons.
Expert tip: Gerberas, osteospermums, echinacea, rudbeckia, and sunflowers are other daisies that can be used to create impact.
Take cuttings now of overwintered tender bedding plants, such as pelargoniums, osteospermums, argyranthemums and fuchsias.
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.
Some petunias are quite good, as are marigolds, osteospermums and other daisy-plants like marguerites.
Plants such as rodgersia, candelabra primulas and hemerocallis like damp soil' osteospermums, pelargoniums, ivy, rosemary and thyme are happy in drier conditions.
The highlight of Eddy's day was going out for lunch and shopping for osteospermums.
Look no further than our offer for pretty osteospermums (Cape daisies) - six plants for pounds 5.
Take stem cuttings of penstemons and osteospermums.