2. Daisy Bush (Euryops chrysanthemoides) by piksihk. Oct 7, AM. 3. Daisy Bush (Euryops chrysanthemoides); African Bush Daisy by Bubbles. Jul 25, AM. Adding Actions:Scientific name: Euryops chrysanthemoides. Mar 03, Euryops is an evergreen shrub with daisylike flowers. It usually has a mounded growth habit and can be cut back in late spring or early summer to help maintain a compact size.
You can also trim it back all through the growing season by cutting off. Prune the Euryops in the spring to remove old leaves, and shape the plant to a pleasing form. It is normal for older, inner leaves to turn brown and die as they age. Every second or third year, you can prune the plant hard, removing foliage almost to the wood.
Aug 20, Prune daisy bush any time with care There is no perfect time to prune a daisy plant as they always seem to be in bloom or have lots of buds. Author: Bay Area News Group. Grows 36 feet high and wide, with gray-green, deeply cut leaves about 2 inches long.
Bright yellow, 1- to 2 inches-wide daisies on 6 inches stems appear nearly continuously in warm weather, though blooming may slow during the dog days of summer. 'Viridis' is identical to the species but has deep green leaves. 'Munchkin' tops out at 3 feet tall. PLANT PROFILE - Name: Yellow Bush Daisy, Euryops Pectinatus, Native to: South AfricaUSDA Plant Hardiness Zones: Season: Perennial ShrubHeight: ftB.