A South African genus of composites requiring very warm sunny spots and rich gritty soil.
Showy composites of free growth in lightish soil.
Pretty composites with the flower-heads collected into spikes.
A large proportion of the plants, however, may still be found living in Holland and Britain; but there is a singular scarcity of Composites, though this order is fairly well represented in British strata of slightly later date.
Treub found on Krakatoa four species of composites and two grasses.
The same might be done with dianthuses or the larger narcissi in the second row, with paeonies, columbines and phloxes in the third, and with delphiniums, aconitums and some of the taller yellow composites as helianthus and rudbeckia at the back.
A very large family of autumn-blooming composites, including some ornamental species, all of the easiest culture.
Bold-habited composites of showy character; common soil.
Showy composites of free growth in ordinary soil.
Stout growing showy composites for late summer and autumn flowering, requiring rich deep soil, and not to be often disturbed.