Propagation Methods: From woody stem cuttings From seed; sow indoors before last frost
Seed Collecting: Bag seedheads to capture ripening seed Collect seedhead/pod when flowers fade; allow to dry Allow pods to dry on plant; break open to collect seeds Allow seedheads to dry on plants; remove and collect seeds Remove fleshy coating on seeds before storing Allow unblemished fruit to ripen; clean and dry seeds Unblemished fruit must be significantly overripe before harvesting seed; clean and dry seeds Ferment seeds before storing Wear gloves to protect hands when handling seeds Properly cleaned, seed can be successfully stored Seed does not store well; sow as soon as possible N/A: plant does not set seed, flowers are sterile, or plants will not come true from seed
On May 6, 2012, MalibuMike from Simi Valley, CA wrote:
Live in Western part of Simi Valley, CA. Euryops grows great in pots or poor soil. Doesn't like to much water. After 2-3 years grows huge branches and gets woody. Many times dies after 3-4 years if planted in pot. Huge and invasive if grown in ground. Must be tamed and shaped. Great plant for full sun, and temperatures up to 95 degrees.
Great yellow flowers and green leaves.
I planted this in a large pot and it was beautiful all summer. In the winter it died back to the stalk (I should have brought it inside). Next summer it came back, and has 4 stalks about 18 inches high. I just bought a new one and will bring it in for the winter. It loved the full sun in the summer.
On Apr 26, 2010, turniptruck2 from (Zone 8a) wrote:
This plant is unbelievable. As a potted standard, it has flowered for a continuous year for me here in Vancouver, BC area. I kept it in an unheated garage with a simple flourescent grow light over the winter at 5-10 degrees C - continued blooming there all winter. I just sat it outside on some warmer days that were above 5 degrees C.
This plant seems to like the cooler temperatures more than the heat of the summer, I just never let it experience below 0 C.
On Apr 12, 2010, otter47 from Livermore, CA wrote:
This is a basic landscape plant through much of low-elevation California and is widely planted in parking strips, shopping centers, boulevards, etc. One of my neighbors has a planting along his fence. Euryops blooms abundantly during the cooler months of the year and then tapers off during the hot summer months. The plants do need to be pruned back occasionally so that they do not become too woody. The best time is during the summer so that they will send out new growth for flowering in the fall. They can take light to moderate frosts, but are nipped at temperatures below about 25 F or so, although they usually recover. Some years ago, the gray-leaved form was the most popular; now, it seems that the green-leaved form is the most widely sold and planted.
On Nov 11, 2008, agentdonny007 from Las Vegas, NV (Zone 8b) wrote:
Bright yellow daisies bloom year round in Las Vegas. I personally love the fact that it blooms during the winter when many other plants aren't. Popular landscape plant. Seems to grow best in full sun but away from reflected sun areas. Afternoon shade keeps the foliage from burning in the desert sun. I've seen them get a little crispy.....
On Mar 23, 2007, jabowman78 from Pleasant Hill, CA wrote:
One of my absolute favorites, not only for the delightful flowers but also for the beautiful foliage. Flowers last longer on the bush than in the vase. =]
This plant does great in full sun with regular watering - fast grower. Doesn't seem to tolerate drought very well as the leaves wilt before too long if watering is neglected. Can tolerate some frost, but there will be some die-off, but will recover quickly. Prune early in the season or after the flowers are spent.
I recevied my tree for mothers day, I have repotted in large pation pot, havekept dead flowers cut off, fertiliz one time month....full of bloom and flowers when i got, but none since then...alot of new foliage with few flowers coming on...help. it gets ne sun with semi shade, does it need more full sun to bloom fully?
I planted four Green Leaved Euryops in Feb 2000 - they are over four years old now, full of yellow flowers even in mid- December. The flowers disappear for the summer, but the plants stay lush. I live in the desert at 4200' feet, snow in the winter, over 100 degerees in the summer. Even with branches getting broken off by the dogs, crushed by snow and an inconsistant water supply, they florish - I feel these plants are indestructable.
On Apr 26, 2005, JaxFlaGardener from Jacksonville, FL (Zone 8b) wrote:
This plant has become one of my favorites. It bloomed almost constantly all last season and even flowered throughout the winter months, surviving temperatures as low as 28 F on a few nights with no frost/freeze damage (NE Florida, borderline Zone 8b/9a). I recently added another Euryops in a more shaded location and hope to add more as time goes by.
I had some free range pet rabbits for awhile and this plant was also one of their favorites! They would stand as tall as they could to nibble at the leaves, but didn't seem to do any permanent damage. Gardeners in rabbit prone areas may want to fence their Euryops or protect it in some way.
On Sep 4, 2004, pokerboy from Canberra Australia (Zone 8b) wrote:
This evergreen shrub grows to around 1.5 metres tall and flowers yellow daisies over a long period of time. Likes to be kept moist during the growing season. Likes full sun to part shade in a well drained soil. Good for cottage gardens and rockeries. pokerboy.
On Aug 1, 2004, vanessa2418 from Rainier, WA wrote:
I haven't had this plant very long, about 6 months. I bought it in early sping and it bloomed only when I first bought it. It has grown but it only bloomed that one time. I don't have it in full sun and I am wondering if that could be the problem. It might just be the climate but I'm not sure. I live in northwest washington. Any help or tips to get it to bloom would be very helpful.
On Apr 30, 2004, jjkkwalk from Midlothian, TX wrote:
I lost 2 of these in a freeze several years ago but they were beautiful when in bloom. I am trying one now in a large pot, so I can bring it in later this year when it freezes. Love the gray foliage and those bright yellow daisies!
I live in Arizona. I planted these four months ago, and they looked very healthy up until the temps reached over 100*F. I have a drip system running to them, but it did no good - the plants look like they have dried out. I wonder if this is normal, and if they'll come back in our winter months, or if I should pull up all (14+) plants.
My fairly new plant(in ground 9 months in N. Texas) was doing very well until a recent ice storm. Now it looks very dead. The storm was not long lasting (1 1/2 day at most), but the plant does not look like it will survive. Any ideas?
This is a great plant for a naturalizing effect. It can easily fill a 5'x5'x3' area. It looks great atop a bed of smooth river rock, they accentuate the foliage. The daisy-like flowers are most productive with a steady temperature. Here in Portland they bloomed throughout November into December, but decreased dramatically when the rains got intense.
Overall this is a solid shrub with little or no maintenance and it looks great year round with it's bright yellow flowers.
On Feb 7, 2003, vroomp from Marietta, GA (Zone 7a) wrote:
Euryops bloom almost year-round. A perfect indoor plant for a bright location or great container plant to put out in spring and summer. Water regularly and fertilize once a month during growing season with balanced liquid fertilizer. Euryops do not like temps below 50°, but will tolerate it for short periods. This plant is said to be hardy for zones 9 & 10. Very easily grown from cuttings and trained as a standard.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
, Tempe, Arizona Citrus Heights, California (2 reports) Clayton, California Elk Grove, California Fairfield, California Fallbrook, California Glen Avon, California Livermore, California Los Angeles, California Merced, California Ontario, California Palo Alto, California Phelan, California Pleasant Hill, California West Covina, California Brandon, Florida Conway, Florida Dade City, Florida Gainesville, Florida Hobe Sound, Florida Jacksonville, Florida Keystone Heights, Florida La Crosse, Florida Lauderdale-by-the-sea, Florida Lisbon, Florida Miami, Florida North Port, Florida Oldsmar, Florida Pembroke Pines, Florida Pensacola, Florida Spring Hill, Florida West Vero Corridor, Florida Ellabell, Georgia Jonesboro, Louisiana Lafayette, Louisiana Pass Christian, Mississippi Las Vegas, Nevada Spring Valley, Nevada Silver Lake, North Carolina Bluffton, South Carolina Alice, Texas Aransas Pass, Texas Briarcliff, Texas Harker Heights, Texas Katy, Texas Palmhurst, Texas San Antonio, Texas Spring, Texas Wylie, Texas