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  • African daisy collection
  • Eventual height: 0.3m
  • Eventual spread: 0.5m

Osteospermum collection

African daisy collection

2+1 FREE collections £62.91 £41.94
2+1 FREE collections £62.91 £41.94
1 collection £20.97
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  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: moderately fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: June to September
  • Hardiness: tender (will need winter protection)

    Beautiful daisy-like flowers are produced in succession throughout the summer. Plant in full sun in a window box, container or at the front of a sunny border.

    One collection contains one of each of the following plants, all supplied in 10.5cm pots.

  • Osteospermum Sunny Mary (PBR) (Sunny Series): Perfect for a sunny hot garden, where the sumptuous magenta-pink blooms will dazzle. These beautiful daisy-like flowers with their rich midnight blue eye contrast well against the deep green foliage. These are sun lovers so make sure you plant them in full sun, in a window box or pot to appreciate a succession of magnificent flowers. Grows to 30cm.



  • Osteospermum Ice White ('KLEO06123') (Flowerpower series) (PBR): Circlet of pure white petals, surrounding a deep blue/purple central eye creates a stunning daisy-like flower produced over many months in abundance. This plant originates from sunny warm climates so grow it in full sun in a well-drained light soil, pinching out any fading flowers to be rewarded with a gorgeous carpet of blooms. Grows to 30cm.

  • Osteospermum Lavender Pink ('14') : These plants are becoming more popular each year and it is simple to see why. Easy to grow and very showy, the many daisy-like flowers open up in full sun to display a beautiful lavender-pink ray of petals with a central disc of purple and gold. Stunning in containers or as an edging to a border, this plant is sure to delight. Grows to 30cm.



  • Garden care: Grow in full sun to allow the flowers to fully open and deadhead regularly to prolong flowering.
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