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Daisy Paradise and Osteospermum

Did you know that there is a wide range of plants belonging to the Daisy family with over 1200 species? Are you aware of the fact that this is probably the largest genus? Let me introduce my good friends Liesbeth and Robin the Daisy experts from Essex, England.

The phenomenal couple began a page on Osteospermums. Their love affair with Osteospermums began in 1994 when they noticed a flowering Daisy plant in a relative's front garden. They purchased a Daisy plant and dedicated time, effort and research garnering knowledge and specific details regarding this magnificent plant. We are fortunate to share their experiences online.

Daisy Paradise

The Osteospermum site features information on propagation, breeding, blooming, colors, plant care and varieties. This comprehensive Osteospermum page is dedicated to informing viewers of every aspect regarding this plant. The Osteospermum pictures are plentiful and enable the reader to choose appropriate, shape, size and color for their gardening needs. Please click here to visit the Osteospermum site.

Daisy Paradise is their other website featuring a Daisy A - Z page, propagation of Daisies, Daisy picture gallery, societies, articles, seeds and the Daisy slideshow. Liesbeth and Robin have provided an insightful guide to growing these wonderful plants and visiting each site is a worthwhile experience. Please click here to visit the Daisy Paradise site.
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