Answer: African Daisy (Dimorphotheca aurantiaca) is a native of South Africa and although a perennial there, is considered an annual in all but the warmest parts of the southwestern United States. Your plant, if in a frost-free garden spot, will act more like a perennial. I would treat it like a permanent member of the garden. If frost kills it back, it may resprout - or if you're lucky, seedlings will appear nearby. Your new plant prefers full sun in well-drained soils. You will be delighted with this outstanding performer.
Enjoy your new plants!
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