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Thursday, 22 November 2012


Brachyscome iberidifolia (Swan River Daisy) is a delightful, easy to grow small shrub 15cm to 45cm and is native to Western and central Australia. Masses of purple, blue or white flowers from Spring to Autumn. Ideal for mass planting along borders, rockeries, as ground cover, in tubs or hanging baskets.

Brachyscome is a genus of around 70 species of mostly annual and perennial herbs and a few subshrubs in the daisy family Asteraceae. 65 of these are endemic to Australia, the remainder being found in New Zealand and New Guinea. They have typical "daisy" flower heads with showy ray florets in shades of white, pink, mauve, violet or blue, surrounding a usually narrow group of yellow disk florets. The leaves are often dissected to varying degrees but may be linear or spathulate. In growth habit they vary between plants with a rosette of basal leaves and more-or-less leafless flower scape, and those with mostly cauline leaves and often prostrate stems.

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  1. Hi Nick, i have been waiting for the meme since this afternoon. And now, it is as if you're teasing me, because i love blue flowers but are very seldom here! These are so beautiful en masse, OMG, how i love it.

  2. I love the color of these daisies!

  3. Beautiful! I love the blue color.

  4. a wonderfully intense blue; would be lovely to see in masses

  5. Blue flowers are rare. They're beautiful! In Sweden there are blue flowers growing in summer but should not be picked. Too bad, I want that color in my vase.

  6. Lovely and colourfull flowers! Makes you warm no a cold novemerday

  7. What a gorgeous shade of blue. I love how you captured them with that touch of yellow in the background.
    Hope you are having a great weekend.