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African daisy has a bold, graphic look that's hard to find in more common daisies. Flowers are big, up to 4 inches across, often with interesting, eyelike markings around the flower's center.
This cool-season plant hails from South Africa. In areas where summers aren't hot, such as the Northern regions of the U.S. and the Pacific Northwest, it will bloom constantly until frost. In warm-summer areas, it often takes a break during the peak of summer, but reblooms in fall. Many types have silvery-green leaves that remain attractive when the plant isn't in bloom. It's usually grown as an annual but is a perennial in frost-free climates.
Heat-loving annuals, such as angelonia, are perfect for growing with African daisy so you can enjoy blooms even in hot weather.Dianthus
Add another dimension to your plantings by combining African daisy with fragrant varieties of dianthus.Stock
In spring and fall, plant upright-growing stock with African daisy to create a delightful contrast in plant shapes.