The flower colour variety of Dorotheanthus bellidiformis subsp. bellidiformis, also known as the Livingstone daisy, is well displayed in this stand of plants photographed north of the Clanwilliam Dam during August.
The flowers grow solitary on long pedicels. Individual plants are quite small when they produce flowers. Note the absence of bicolour petals in some flowers.
The plant grows on sandy flats of the Western and Northern Cape. Flowering happens in late winter and early spring, the season of flower profusion after winter rain in the area (Manning, 2009; iSpot).