We have two Gebera daisy plants in our front yard, and they've been surprising me with consistent blooms since we moved in. It's usually one at a time, so each time a bloom dies, I always think, "Oh - that was that." And damn if there isn't another little bud uncurling beneath all those heavy, lettuce-like leaves.
This one came out . . . well, squashed. I thought as the petals unfurled it would round itself out, but it looks unlikely:
Just to the right of the bloom you might make out the new little bud that coming up next.
I'm the web coordinator for a radio program called "Gardening in a Minute," as well as the Florida Master Gardener Program and the Center for Landscape Conservation and Ecology. In a former life, I was a writer.