MARGARITA DEL CABO naranja: Osteospermum fruticosum (www.riomoros.com) - YouTube

Posted October 10, 2017

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The Cape Margaret or Dimorfoteca (Osteospermum fruticosum), formerly Dimorphotheca fruticosa, is a herbaceous plant vivacious of the Compositae family and South African origin.

It reaches a height of about 30 to 40 cm. It forms a dense forest, with creeping stems.

The leaves are whole, elongated, spatulate, smooth-edged with scattered and irregular teeth; bright green color.

The flowers are inflorescences in the form of a chapter, where the exteriors are ligulate, with color between violet and pale pink to white. Those of the interior go from yellow to dark color. The flowering takes place from winter to spring.

In gardening is used as a seasonal plant in flower beds and flower beds, as coveralls and also in pots and flower beds. It is very resistant, withstand drought and vegetates well on light soils. Suitable for exposure to full sun.

More information about LA MARGARITA DEL CABO (Osteospermum fruticosum) at: http://www.riomoros.com/2012/06/la-ma...

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