If I cut these back after flowering will I get another lot of flowers?
Just keep dead-heading them and they'll keep going.A feed of tomato fert every 10 days or so will help too
They are tender perennials Aym and will often come again after a mild winter. Some are very tender though and will only last the summer in this country (they are native to south Africa.)
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Osteospermums are really easy to propagate from cuttings. Take them any time from a non flowering shoot, keep them frost free over winter and they romp away again the following year.