Daisy Bush Overview
Contains approximately 97 evergreen shrubs and subshrubs which produce daisy-like, yellow flowers and nice fern-like foliage. This genus is native to Southern Africa and would be well suited to planting in a rock garden, or a raised bed in warm temperate climates. In colder regions, growing in a greenhouse is advised.
How to propagate Daisy Bush
You can propagate by softwood cuttings in the summer.
Other uses of Daisy Bush
Grown for their attractive leaves and showy, daisy like flower heads.