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Euryops Pectinatus For Sale

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Euryops Pectinatus Questions

1. Do Euryops like sun or shade?

Euryops prefer full sun over partial shade. They will flower best in full sun, but will also grow well in some shade. In too much shade, the plants will become leggy and produce fewer flowers. If you are planting Euryops in a shady spot, some varieties to consider include:

2. How long do Euryops last?

Euryops are evergreen shrubs that can last for many years, up to 10 years or more. They are relatively low-maintenance plants, but they do require some basic care:

Following these tips, should see your Euryops thrive for many years.

3. How far apart do you plant Euryops?

Euryops should be planted 90-180 cm apart. This will give the plants enough room to grow and spread, and it will also help to prevent the plants from competing with each other for water and nutrients. If you are planting Euryops to create a hedge, you can plant them closer together, at about 45-60 cm apart. This will create a dense, hedge-like effect.

When planting Euryops, be sure to dig a hole that is twice as wide as the root ball and the same depth. Place the plant in the hole and backfill with soil, firming down gently to remove any air pockets. Water the plant thoroughly after planting and place mulch around the base to help retain moisture and suppress weeds.

4. Should I cut back Euryops?

Yes, it is a good idea to cut back Euryops. Pruning helps to keep the plants compact and it also encourages new growth. The best time to cut back Euryops is in the spring, after the last frost. You can cut back the plants anywhere up tp half their size.

5. What is Euryops pectinatus NZ?

Euryops pectinatus, also known as Rock Daisy, Golden Marguerite, or Sunshine Bush, is a beautiful evergreen shrub native to South Africa but widely cultivated in New Zealand and other temperate regions. Some information:




Overall, Euryops pectinatus is a charming and resilient shrub that thrives in a range of New Zealand conditions. Its vibrant flowers, long flowering period, and easy-care nature make it a popular choice for gardeners of all levels.

6. How big do Euryops pectinatus get?

Euryops pectinatus, also known as Rock Daisy or Golden Marguerite, can vary in size depending on the specific cultivar and growing conditions. However, here's a general guide to their expected size:



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