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 spreading, mounding plant grows to 2–2 1/2 ft. high, eventually 6–8 ft. wide. Small, ...
Native to the Peruvian Andes. Fast growth to 25–40 ft. tall and wide. Trunks of old trees are he...
Deep red daisy flowers rise above dense, silvery green foliage. The compact, upright habit looks good ...