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Livingstone Daisy

Yellow
Family Aizoaceae
Name Dorotheanthus bellidiformis
Common Name Livingstone Daisy
Featured Plant February 2006
Etymology
Dorotheanthus Named by Martin Heinrich Gustav Schwantes after Dorothea Schwantes, his mother, combining her name with the Greek word anthos meaning flower.
bellidiformis From Latin bellis meaning daisy, and Latin form meaning form or shape, referring to its daisy-like flowers.

  See also:  Cactus & succulents

Livingstone daisy is a low growing annual succulent from South Africa that produces masses of bringtly coloured daisy looking flowers in the Summer. Unlike daisies, the petals are not individual flowers but whorls of petals that belong to the same flower.



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