The first flush of flowers of the South African Daisy bush, Euryops chrysanthemoides, is just fading. Garrard has been busy dead-heading them, a fiddley tiresome job, snipping each one off individually with scissors. This time spent is well worth it, as left alone the dead-heads would become increasingly messy. Cleaned up, it will soon be producing a further flush of its bright golden-yellow flowers. Well done Garrard.