Bush Daisy (Euryops pectinatus)

Bush Daisy Plant Features

Add a little sunshine to your garden with Bush daisy. This prolific bloomer produces a treasure-trove of golden, daisy-like flowers all summer long. Bush daisy also has elegant, bright green, finely cut foliage that looks great even when the plant is not in top bloom. Bush daisy is a tender tropical shrub that shines in large planters or at the back of a flower border. The plants can grow 3 to 8 feet tall creating a brilliant tower of color. Bees and butterflies love this plant. Hardy from zones 8-11.

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Bush Daisy Growing Instructions

Like other tropical plants, Bush daisy likes hot, sunny weather. This vigorous plant prefers well-drained soil. Water whenever the surface of the soil starts to dry out. Feed Bush daisy with a slow-release granular fertilizer to encourage plenty of bloom. In the North, Bush daisy is best treated as an annual.

Bush daisy is not intended for human or animal consumption.
  • Water

    Medium water needs

  • Light

    Outside: Sun

  • Colors


  • Special Features

    Attracts butterflies

    Attracts hummingbirds

Complement your Bush Daisy

Asparagus Fern
Plant Asparagus Fern at the base of your Bush daisy to provide a textural contrast to the foliage.

Yellow and orange flowering varieties of Calibrachoa blend nicely with the bold yellow blooms of Bush daisy.

The yellow flowers of dwarf Marigold are a nice contrast to the daisy-like yellow Bush daisy blooms.