Scientific Name: Osteospermum
Family Name: Asteraceae
Common Name: تخم شربتی, African daisy, South African daisy, Cape daisy and blue-eyed daisy.
Asteraceae, the smaller tribe of the sunflower/daisy family, includes the genus Osteospermum as one of its flowering plant species. They’re referred to as African daisies. Osteospermum is a gorgeous perennial with equally magnificent flowers. The Osteospermum has a variety of striking colors, from vivid purples to bright yellows, which together create a gorgeous atmosphere. Pink, white, and varying degrees of yellow are among the hues of osteospermum. If old flowers are removed, the plants will continue to bloom for at least eight weeks. Osteospermum loves temperatures in the range of 60 to 75 °F (15 to 24 °C).Keep it away from excessive cold or heat. Osteospermum not only improves the environment around you but also cleanses the air to create a cleaner, fresher atmosphere.
Planting And Care
Plant in full sun for the most vibrant blooms and optimal growth.
Keep the soil consistently moist, but avoid overwatering to prevent root rot.
Use well-draining soil to promote healthy root development and prevent waterlogged roots.
Apply a balanced fertilizer during the growing season to support flowering and overall health.
Regularly remove spent flowers to encourage continuous blooming and a tidy appearance.
Monitor for pests and address promptly to maintain the health and beauty of your Osteospermum.