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daisy bush

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Definition of daisy bush in English:

noun

A shrubby evergreen Australasian plant of the daisy family, which typically has grey-green leaves and bears fragrant flower heads.
  • Genus Olearia, family Compositae
Example sentences
  • The tiny fieldmouse who lives in the daisy bush comes out for seed near me, unafraid of even my quicker movements.
  • Choose plants that need less water, such as pinks, lavender, buddleia, French honeysuckle, daisy bushes, rock rose and the African and Peruvian lily.
  • Deadhead flowers like roses, cannas, agapanthus, daisy bushes and dahlias; this will keep your garden looking tidy and will encourage more flowers.

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