African Daisy

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Companion Plants

Viola

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Viola

Profuse fragrant flowers carpet the early garden. Beautiful at garden's edge, in rock gardens, as a small-scale ground cover, and lovely in bouquets. Allow to reseed for longevity in the garden. Reblooms in cool weather.

Fountain Grass

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Fountain Grass

Spectacular and long blooming. Excellent planted with spring-flowering bulbs, at water's edge, and in combination with rudbeckia, Russian sage and tall sedum. Attractive fall color and winter effect. Plumes are valued in flower arrangements.

Spike Speedwell

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Spike Speedwell

Beautiful flowers in slender spires attract hummingbirds to the garden. A lovely addition to summer bouquets, perennial gardens or along a walkway. Available in a wide assortment of forms, from low, spreading varieties to tall, upright selections ideal for bringing height to the garden.

Details

Common name

African Daisy

Botanical name

Osteospermum

Variety

Ostica™ Lilac

Zone

USDA 10 - 11

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Bloom time

spring-fall

Light

sun

Height

12-24" (31-61 cm)

Habit

mounded

Water

weekly during dry spells

Feed

once a month

Maintenance

remove spent blooms