African Daisies are annuals. They grow well in dry, arid areas where other flowering plants may struggle to grow. These attractive flowering plants grow and bloom all summer long. Colors include white, orange, yellow and apricot. They can also appear in mixed colors. In mid-summer the plant will continuously display attractive flowerbeds.
African daisies grow from seed. They are fast growing plants that grow best with seeds planted directly into garden. Seeds should be sown in early to mid spring after frost has gone. Seeds from the flower heads should fall to the ground and reseed your flower bed.
Plant African Daisies in full sun. They do well in average soils and are drought tolerant. Plants should be placed about 10 inches apart but can be crowded slightly. During prolonged droughts the plants should be watered. But they often require little additional water.
African Daisies will grow quickly and once established will bloom in about 2 months. Blooms should be present up til the first frost in the fall.