Sunday, November 22, 2009

The Livingstone Daisy as a singular plant could get lost amongst other flowers in the garden.

Planted in closed proximity to each other, when they come into flower, they take on a collective life of their own.

The warmer the day, the happier they are. The flowers close up overnight but once the warmth of the sun hits them they open right up.

With an occasional clean up of the spent blooms their life is extended for weeks and weeks.

This cluster of the daisies has pride of place in our front garden.

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