- Flower nameLivingstone Daisy
- Scientific nameLivingstone daisy
- Aliasベニハリ, 紅波璃
- Place of originCape Province of South Africa
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June
What is Livingstone Daisy
Livingstone daisy (scientific name: Dorotheanthus bellidiformis) is originally from South Africa and is a non-hardy annual plant in the family Aizoaceae. The height of a plant is low and opens while the stem branching it into many, and doing sweep and makes flowers bloom. Because flowers bloom to cover stems and the leaves, it looks like a beautiful carpet. The pastel-like flower blooms to be pretty, and to shine well brightly. One fold of flower is coming out, and a color of a flower is abundant, and there is much bull's-eye design coming out that a base is white, but there is the thing of the one item. If fine weather and rays in the daytime become strong, it makes flowers bloom and closes if rays become weak such as a cloudy sky ,rainy weather and the night . The leaves do spatula form with wall thickness.
Generic name: Livingstone daisy, scientific name: Dorotheanthus bellidiformis, origin: South Africa's Cape Province, Grass height: 10 to 20 cm, and
Leaf shape: fleshy spatula, leaf length: 5 cm, Flower diameter: 4 cm, flower color: red, peach, white, orange, yellow, red, purple-red, purple-red
Flowering season: April-June.