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Jonesboro, GA
(Zone 7b)

December 30, 2003
10:31 AM

Post #740076

Green Euryops, Bush Daisy 'Viridis'
Euryops pectinatus

I keep this potted and put it outside in the summer in full sun, I think it likes it's winter home better in the humid poolhouse for winter. It is in full bloom now in December. I likes lots of water.

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Newport News, VA
(Zone 7a)

January 10, 2004
9:15 PM

Post #749712

That is so unique. Love it!
Foley, AL
(Zone 9a)

May 30, 2004
6:02 AM

Post #889216

I have what is referred to as a "daisy tree" and it looks a lot like what you have. Am enclosing a picture of the flower. Would you tell me if this is like the flower on yours? Mine is also growing in a pot and blooms like crazy and is beautiful. Thanks for posting an answer... SandPiper...

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Jonesboro, GA
(Zone 7b)

May 30, 2004
9:50 PM

Post #889959

Sandpiper - it looks like the same thing. I hate to say that I no longer have this pretty tree. For some reason just a week before I took it out of my neighbor's poolhouse, the bottom of the trunk split and it began to die. I really don't think it was too much water because it was always thirsty. I tried cuttings but they died too. I have seen these recently at Lowes and Sam's Club. They are fairly expensive about $35. My hubby got mine on sale at the end of the season for $15.
Foley, AL
(Zone 9a)

May 31, 2004
6:47 PM

Post #891377

Azalea, so sorry to hear you lost the beautiful daisy tree. Must have been like losing a member of the family...Thanks for your help identifying my flower and it is now posted with your help. Hope you get another one... SandPiper...
Princeton, MN

August 28, 2004
4:01 PM

Post #1023549

What kind of soil do these trees like. I live in MN and have had the plant for just over a year. Last summer it did great. I took the plant inside for winter and was doing fairly well in the beginning of summer. We had a storm that knocked it over and the pot it was in broke. It was replanted but the soil that was used was soil from around our pond instead of store bought potting soil. I believe the soil in our yard is very acidic. The tree is looking dead but the branches still feel soft. Anything I can try to help it come back? Thanks
Jonesboro, GA
(Zone 7b)

August 29, 2004
12:57 AM

Post #1024087

I wish I could I could help you, I used a mixture of compost and commercial potting soil - don't know about the acidity. It seemed to wilt and dry out easily.
Foley, AL
(Zone 9a)

August 29, 2004
6:30 AM

Post #1024472

There is another thread about this same daisey tree in another forum. I don't know how to do the "link" to it, but it you look under the forums where this one is, you will find it, and perhaps it will have some pointers that can help you. let me know!
(Zone 9a)

January 20, 2008
9:02 PM

Post #4429721

This is Euryops
Belfield, ND
(Zone 4a)

August 3, 2008
12:52 AM

Post #5360399

The photo was moved to the Euryops pectinatus 'Viridis' entry. Thanks!

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