Sundays River Daisy
2 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
Sundays River Daisy Overview
A beautiful addition to any garden as it brightens up any space. It is great for flower beds and mass plantings as well as pots. They are perfect for beginning gardeners and those who are working on their green thumb. It should be considered as threatened in the wild as it has a small distribution area in the Eastern Cape where its' habitat is threatened.
Common problems with Sundays River Daisy
There are no known garden pests that attack these plants.
Sundays River Daisy Companion Plants
They can be mixed with the equally attractive D. jucunda whose flowers are totally purple or pinkish mauve with a dark centre.
How to harvest Sundays River Daisy
Allow seedheads to dry on plants; remove and collect seeds
How to propagate Sundays River Daisy
Softwood cuttings taken in summer root easily.
Seed germinates easily and the plants often sow themselves. Collect seeds after flower and sow at the start of the rainy season.
Special features of Sundays River Daisy
Attracts useful insects
Attracts isects like bees and butterflies.
Can survive dry spells, but florish with regular watering.
Other uses of Sundays River Daisy
Plant in full sun in your garden to get a stunning show of daisy-like flowers.