May 28, 2015 admin

Cape Daisy
Botanical Name: Osteospermum
Height: 9-12″
Width: 12″
Exposure: Full Sun, Part Sun
Performance: Annual
Bloom: Assorted Colors (February-May)




Osteospermums awaken a wintered garden.

Otherwise known as the Cape Daisy, this South African native possesses luminous flowers that rejuvenate and make a garden shine. Here in north Texas, these sun-lovers take kindly to the cool temperatures as they display a collection of blooms from February to May. Most Osteospermums burst open in the morning and close in the evening. This cool season annual requires well-drained soil and is vulnerable to frost.
They make excellent additions to garden beds, containers, and mixed borders. Complete an early spring garden with Osteospermums!
We grow a number of adaptive heat hardy varieties that come in an assortment of colors and flower types:
      Asti – lavender shades, purple, white and purple bi-color
      Voltage – prolific, soft white, extended bloom time
      4D – double flower, animated, button-like blooms, stay open day and night
      Zion – novel colors inspired by colors of Zion National Park in Utah