New cultivars are continually appearing on the market - the following represents a selection of those of probable hybrid origin that have been available for several years.
Compact plant 15-20 cm tall with blue-mauve flowers 2.5-3.5 cm wide.
Originated from an Australian breeding program in the early 1990s and a presumed cross, B. angustifolia × B. multifida 'Breakoday'.
Compact habit 15-20 cm tall, the foliage sometimes purplish, with purple-pink flowers 3.5-4.5 cm wide.
Originated from a breeding program in Australia c. 1990 as a cross B. formosa 'Pilliga Posy'× B. segmentosa seedling.
25-30 cm tall. Flower heads 3-4 cm wide, deep to mid-mauve.
Derived from B. ascendens.
Compact habit, 10-15 cm tall with spoon-shaped leaves and bright pink flowers 3-4 cm wide and spreading by suckering.
A presumed cross, B. angustifolia × B. formosa, that arose as a chance seedling in a nursery in southern Victoria.
30-35 cm tall. Buds yellow-brown, with yellow daisies 2.5-3 cm wide, fading to cream.
Arose as a chance seedling in the garden of a member of the Australian Daisy Study Group south of Brisbane.
10-15 cm tall. Flowers violet-blue, 2.5-3 cm wide, fading to cream for most of the year. ['Ultra']
Originated from breeding trials carried out in Germany as a cross, B. multifida seedling × B. rigidula.
20-30 cm tall with mauve-pink daisies 2.5-5 cm wide from spring to autumn.
Probably a cross, B. angustifolia var. heterophylla × B. segmentosa, that arose as a chance seedling in the garden of a member of the Australian Daisy Study Group south of Brisbane.