You're my sunshine

Rina Greeff

Jansenville, South Africa

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Yellow Namaqualand daisies in our garden at Jansenville in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
Geel Namakwalandse madeliefies in ons tuin op Jansenville in die Oos-Kaap van Suid-Afrika.

Asteraceae is one of the largest families of the flowering plants in the world. Family members are characterised by daisy-type flowers. The Namaqualand Daisy or African Daisy is from the Genus Dimorphotheca, which is indigenous to South Africa.
Dimorphotheca sinuata grows naturally in the winter rainfall areas of the country, usually in sandy places in Namaqualand and also in Namibia. They are a particularly attractive species of the genus Dimorphotheca, with remarkably big orange flowers that have orange centres (they may be yellow, depending on the locality). Namaqualand Daisies are available for cultivation in a variety of shades such as orange, cream, yellow and salmon. They need full sun to open and they always face the sun.. The flowering time is mid-winter to mid-autumn.

Die naam madeliefie, magrietjie of sommer daisy in die volksmond, word wyd gebruik vir ’n hele paar soorte madeliefie-plante. Die plant kan baie maklik met sukses van saad af gekweek word en kom ook maklik op in volle son in droë dele van die tuin.

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