During a family outing this weekend past, I came across these flowers in the garden.
The bush the flowers were growing on does remind me quite a bit of a daisy bush, but the flowers I have never seen before.
As you can see, the flower petals almost make little tentacles, which is what attracted me to them in the first place.
So, I was initially stumped, but good old google came to the rescue.
It seems these flowers are one of the spooned variants of Osteospermum, or more commonly named African Daisy or even Cape Daisy. The variant that seems to match my pictures closely is called ‘Sunny Phillip’. So I was not far off thinking the bush looked a bit like a daisy bush.
You can read more about this pretty flower at Dave’s Garden.
I love discovering new things!