Description: Felicia amelloides is a bushy sub-shrub, to 60cm tall, that is often grown as a bedding plant. It has ovate, rough, hairy leaves, up to 3cm long, and in summer and autumn, small, daisy-like flowers with bright yellow centres surrounded by sky-blue ray florets are borne on leafless stems.
Care: Drought-resistant and wind-resistant this plant thrives in a poor, well-drained soil so long as there is full sun and no damp. Propagate by seed or stem tip cuttings. No pruning required.