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The Chocolate Flower, 'Berlandiera lyrata', has it all. The colorful, fragrant plant attracts butterflies and is drought tolerant and the aroma may either satisfy or intensify your craving for chocolate. This plant is also called chocolate daisy, greeneyes, lyre-leaf greeneyes, and brooch flower. Chocolate Flowers have 1 1/2 inch composite flowers with yellow center rays and a maroon center disk array. The flowers bloom at night, making their chocolate fragrance most noticeable in the morning.Chocolate Flowers prefer well drained, average, dry soils. Place them in full sun and do not fertilize. Deadhead regularly to extend the bloom season. Plant this flower in groups along a walkway or patio for maximum effect.
Scientific Name : Berlandiera lyrata

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