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Thursday, 14 June 2018

FFF342 - AFRICAN BUSH DAISY

Euryops chrysanthemoides (with the common names African bush daisy or bull's-eye) is a small shrub in the Asteraceae family, native to Southern Africa that is also grown as a horticultural specimen in tropical to subtropical regions around the world. It occurs in the Eastern Cape, along the coast and inland, to KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga and Swaziland.

It is usually found on forest edges, in riverine bush and in ravines, as well as in coastal scrub, grassland and disturbed areas. It is a compact, densely branched, leafy, evergreen shrub, 0.5 to 2m in height. The species was moved to Euryops from the genus Gamolepis on the basis of chromosome counts. It is a ruderal weed in New South Wales, although it is not weedy in all places where it is cultivated or has naturalised.

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4 comments:

  1. Beautiful as these chrysanthemums shine in the sunlight!
    Greetings, Joana

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  2. In the states, we have a tall yellow plant in the Rudebekia family that looks very similar to these.

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  3. These are lovely. The bloom does resemble Rudbeckia. Thanks for hosting and have a great weekend!

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  4. Interesting type of daisy... Nice shot.
    Thank you for hosting.

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