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I have a large vivid blue plant with flowers almost like a large daisy. The petals are velvety. My friend thinks this is called Sentini but I cannot find it on any website. Does anyone have any other idea for this.



It's a Senetti - funnily enough my neighbour asked me to identify it at the garden centre when I went there yesterday. They are beautiful but are annuals.

6 Apr, 2010


Senetti is a series of varieties of the species Senecio x hybridus. Here in the States, we call them "Cinerarias", even though that's triply confusing! All the more because the genus was recently re-named Pericallis, though I don't know if that is going to take.

7 Apr, 2010



7 Apr, 2010

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