A very easy to grow flower and hence very popular with novice or somewhat careless gardeners. The flowers are borne on erect, stout and some what woolly stems 30 to 40 cms high. The leaves are somewhat silvery in colour, aromatic, fiddle-shaped, heavily lobed. The flower heads have many creamy-white to pink or bronze ray florets with lavender to reddish undersides and centers filled with purple-petalled disc florets. The flowers bloom in the morning and close in the evening.
Common Name : African daisy
Flowering / Fruiting : February to March
Sunlight : Full Sun
Water : Normal but hates water logging
Plant Usage : Bedding and potted plant.