African daisy Overview
A genus of around 70 annual and perennial species native to dry, rocky slopes in South Africa. They are grown for their bright, daisy-like flowers, which close in response to dull light and have been cultivated to produce a range of colours and to stay open for longer.
How to propagate African daisy
Propagation is by seeds in the autumn or spring.
Stem cuttings all-year-round.
Other uses of African daisy
Grown for their flower heads and foliage. Suitable for coastal conditions.