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The RAVERS® Arc of Fire™ African Daisy (Arctotis hybrid 'BurNeig') - These would be pretty near the blue pool water.

The RAVERS® Arc of Fire™ African Daisy (Arctotis hybrid 'BurNeig') - These would be pretty near the blue pool water.

The Ravers® Sunspot™ - African Daisy - Arctotis  Compact grower; profuse flowers all season Drought Tolerant Duration:  Annual Garden Height:  10 - 14 Inches Spacing:  12 - 16 Inches Flower Colors: Yellow Foliage Shade:  Green Habit:  Upright Light: Part Sun to Sun Maintenance Category:  Easy Bloom Time:  Cool Season Hardy Temperature:  25°F Water Category:  Average Use in containers, beds, borders and hanging baskets Deadheading will encourage additional blooming.

The Ravers® Sunspot™ - African Daisy - Arctotis Compact grower; profuse flowers all season Drought Tolerant Duration: Annual Garden Height: 10 - 14 Inches Spacing: 12 - 16 Inches Flower Colors: Yellow Foliage Shade: Green Habit: Upright Light: Part Sun to Sun Maintenance Category: Easy Bloom Time: Cool Season Hardy Temperature: 25°F Water Category: Average Use in containers, beds, borders and hanging baskets Deadheading will encourage additional blooming.

Marking the release of the first book from landscape architect Edmund Hollander and his business partner Maryanne Connelly, former New York Times garden columnist Anne Raver — co-writer in their venture — shares an inside scoop on the renowned duo's fresh and feisty dynamic.

Marking the release of the first book from landscape architect Edmund Hollander and his business partner Maryanne Connelly, former New York Times garden columnist Anne Raver — co-writer in their venture — shares an inside scoop on the renowned duo's fresh and feisty dynamic.

Marking the release of the first book from landscape architect <b>Edmund Hollander</b> and his business partner <b>Maryanne Connelly</b>, former <i> New York Times </i> garden columnist Anne Raver — co-writer in their venture — shares an inside scoop on the renowned duo's fresh and feisty dynamic.

Marking the release of the first book from landscape architect <b>Edmund Hollander</b> and his business partner <b>Maryanne Connelly</b>, former <i> New York Times </i> garden columnist Anne Raver — co-writer in their venture — shares an inside scoop on the renowned duo's fresh and feisty dynamic.

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