Scientific Name: Arctotis stoechadifolia Bergius
Synonym: Arctotis stoechadifolia grandis, Arctotis grandis, Arctotis rosea
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sunset: All zones as annual
USDA: 9-11 as perennial, 5-11 as annual
Sun Exposure: Full sun
Origin: South Africa
Growth Habits: Short lived perennial, often grown as annual, up to 2 feet tall, 8 to 12 inches spread (20-30 cm)
Watering Needs: Moderate water, good drainage
Propagation: Seeds in fall or spring
Deadhead the spent flowers to encourage longer blooming period.
This Arctotis blooms from early summer until frost. The flowers can be used as cut flowers.