Daisy relatives, typically with blue flowers; native to South Africa. Though more than 80 species are known, only a few are commonly cultivated in gardens.Felicia amelloides
Woody perennial in Zones 8, 9, 14–24; treated as a winter annual in Zone 13 and a summer annual elsewhere. Despite the common name, this is not the true marguerite (Chrysanthemum frutescens). About 1 1/2 ft. tall and spreading 4–5 ft. wide, with roughish, oval, rather aromatic green leaves about 1 in. long. Produces an abundance of 1 1/4-in., yellow-centered sky blue daisies. As a perennial, it blooms almost continually if dead flowers are picked off; pruneback hard in late summer to encourage new blooming wood. Grow in containers, let spill over a wall or the edge of a raised bed, or plant in any sunny spot.
This tailored plant forms a single 2-ft.-wide rosette with broad, thick leaves to 20 in. long. Leaves ...
This graceful, upright Australian native grows naturally as a tree to 12–40 ft. tall and 9&ndash...
Compact, spreading mound to 3 ft. high and wide. Leaves are about 1 in. long and seem to clasp the ste...