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Bush Daisy
Scientific Name: Euryops pectinatus (L.) Cass.
Family: Asteraceae
Bush Daisy (Euryops pectinatus)
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Euryops pectinatus
Recommended Temperature Zone:
sunset: 8, 9, 11-24
USDA: 9-10

Frost Tolerance: Hardy to 22 F

Sun Exposure: Full sun

Origin: South Africa

Growth Habits: Shrubby evergreen perennials up to 6 feet; gray green or green leaves

Watering Needs: Drought tolerant once established

Propagation: Cuttings

Euryops is very commonly planted in the Southwest and in California. The original E. pectinatus has gray green leaves deeply divided. It will resist sun, drought and cold.
Bush Daisy (Euryops pectinatus)

Euryops is exceptionally easy to propagate by semi-hardwood cuttings in water or soil. In summer, after 2 weeks, their root system is generally sufficiently developed for you to transplant them in potting soil. Varieties: Viridis : has green leaves. (see picture) Munchkin: is only 3 feet high

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