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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'.

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How to grow Yam daisy

Growing Yam daisy from seed

Transplanting Yam daisy

Companion plants for Yam daisy

These plants have been known to grow well alongside Yam daisy so consider planting:

Repellent plants for Yam daisy

These plants will not grow well with Yam daisy so avoid planting these within close proximity:

Common Yam daisy problems

These problems, diseases and pests are known to affect Yam daisy plants:

Other names for Yam daisy

Yam daisy care instructions

How long does Yam daisy take to grow?

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Popular varieties of Yam daisy

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