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Venidium fastuosu

Venidium fastuosu

Venidium fastuosu

Venidium fastuosu

Venidium fastuosu

Venidium fastuosu

Venidium fastuosu

Venidium fastuosu

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The Cape daisy (Venidium fastuosum) belongs to Asteraceae (the Aster family). It is an annual herb that is native to South Africa. It is a semi-cold tolerant annual herb that blooms from March to May. The flower-heads have yellow-orange petals with black snake eyes and are called "Kanzaki-janome-giku" in Japanese. The flowers are said to have some opening and closing movements depending on the weather. 
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Shu Suehiro
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