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Yam daisy

Microseris lanceolata

Yam daisy is a plant which belongs to the Microseris genus. The origin of this plant's scientific name epithet (lanceolata) means 'lance-shaped'.Yam daisy grows as a perennial and is a herb. Being a perennial plant, it tends to grow best over several years (approx 3 years and greater).

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How to grow Yam daisy

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Growing Yam daisy from seed

Transplanting Yam daisy

Common Yam daisy problems

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How long does Yam daisy take to grow?

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