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African Daisy Seeds - Mix

African Daisy (Dimorphotheca Aurantiaca Mix) - African Daisy tolerates a wide range of soil types and occupies areas with 500 to 1500 mm annual rainfall. Like all South African wildflowers, this beauty is best grown in well-draining soil, not heavy loam or clay.

African Daisy Seeds - Orange

African Daisy (Dimorphotheca Sinuata Orange) - African daisies are one of the loveliest garden flowers. Outsidepride carries several colors of African daisy seed including shades of orange, yellow, salmon and a mix of beautiful colors. The striking daisy shaped flowers attract butterflies into the garden. African daisies are easy to grow from flower seeds.

African Daisy Seeds - Salmon

African Daisy (Dimorphotheca Sinuata Salmon) - The color of this African Daisy is called salmon, but it also has shades of apricot. African Daisies are flowers that open by day and close at night. They are spreading plants which thrive in hot, dry areas, making this a western favorite. African Daisies grow easily from flower seeds, and they are excellent as a border or ground cover.

African Daisy Seeds - White

African daisy (Dimorphotheca Sinuata White) - This flower is an annual with beautiful white daisy-like flowers. It can easily be grown from flowers seeds, and it prefers well-drained soil and will do best in full sun. Many people refer to this flower as Cape Marigold.

African Daisy Seeds - Yellow

African Daisy (Dimorphotheca Sinuata Yellow) - African Daisy is also known as the Cape Marigold. It is easily grown from flower seeds, and it is one of the most colorful flowers for a beautiful garden. The African Daisy plant is excellent for naturalized areas and as ground cover for large areas, for parking strips, borders, large pots and tubs.

Osteospermum Seeds - Mix

African Daisy (Osteospermum Ecklonis Mix) - If you enjoy attracting bees and butterflies to your garden, start some Osteospermum seeds and enjoy the lovely display. Known as African Daisies, Osteospermum is a tender perennial that works well as an annual.

Osteospermum Seeds - White

African Daisy (Osteospermum Ecklonis White) - African Daisy perennial flowers are grown from Osteospermum Ecklonis seeds. They are tender perennials but can easily be grown in cooler zones as an annual, and it's a quick and easy bloomer giving a wonderful display. The Osteospermum African Daisy blooms when the weather is cool, making them good color for early spring.

Planting African Daisy Seed
African daisy seeds require temperatures between 60 - 70F and take between 10 - 21 days to germinate. Use 2 - 3 African Daisy seeds per plant and keep flower seeds moist until germination. Space African Daisy plants approximately 10 inches apart.