African Daisy Research Paper

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The African Daisy history goes back to when the ancient Egyptian gardens by their temples. Sometimes the flower where use to treat illness. This flower produces an abundant amount of brilliant colored flowers that attract butterflies. It closes at night and opens in the morning. This daisies leaves are fragrant. Most insects do not like to eat the African daisies although there are a few bugs that like to taste juicy leaves of this plant. These bugs are the Aphids, Whiteflies, and Earwigs. Of course, you will need to kill the slugs which are technically not insects. The African Daisy may grow from 1 to 6 feet tall, with colorful 2 to 3-inch blooms. It is grown as an annual blooming from summer to frost in most hardiness zones except
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