do you know of a groundcover plant known as "Californian Daisy"?

Submitted: 05:47PM, 25 Oct 2009
Answer: This plant is one from the genus Euryops. There are 2 types commonly seen, both sometimes referred to as Californian Daisy: a taller type called Euryops chrysanthemoides and the lower growing ground-hugging small rounded shrub called E. pectinatus. neither have a true trailing habit, but the latter, when mass-planted, gives a good groundcovering effect. Both have a vibrant yellow flower and bloom most of the year. Both very hardy and don’t need a great deal of water once established. Happy Gardening!
Category: General
Tags: daisy
Answered: 07:10AM, 11 Nov 2009


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