These leafy, evergreen, almost shrubby plants produce showy yellow, 1 1/2–2-in. daisies throughout most of the year. Shear spent flowers to neaten appearance and prolong bloom.
To 3 ft. tall and wide, shrubbier than A. maritimus. Silky, silvery leaves set off bright yellow flowers for a silver-and-gold effect. The foliage has an odd odor, and old leaves tend to blacken and adhere to the stems. If groomed, makes a striking container plant.
Irregular, spreading form. Long, weeping branches reach to the ground. Without staking to establish a ...
Bulky, clump-forming shrubs with lush foliage and flowers valued for their fragrance and form. Blooms ...
Plum-size, golden, sweet, and sprightly fruit. Developed for cold-winter climates. Late.