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By Theresa Grandy from Nova Scotia
Forgot to mention, they like full sun, lots of heat, and sandy soil. They will even grow in poor soil. Another name for this is African Daisy.
Thanks so much, really appreciate it.
If it closes up at nighttime, it is a Gazania, especially if it has long narrow leaves. It is really pretty! And loves the sun!
That is an annual called Gazannia. It loves the sun.
Thanks for all the replies to my post.
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I visited Willow Feather Farm early one Saturday morning to buy some plants from their nursery. I came across this flower that still had some morning dew on it. I had no idea what kind of flower it was, as it was not part of the flowers that were on sale, but I just loved the little drops of dew on the flower and couldn't resist grabbing my camera.
Willow Feather Farm, Pretoria