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Image of Argyranthemum (SHERE™ MAGGY WHITE, SHERE™ SERIES) photo by: Syngenta

Syngenta

(Argyranthemum, Shere™ Maggy White Argyranthemum, Shere™ Maggy White Marguerite Daisy)

Producing both attractive, fine-textured foliage and large white daisy flowers, the shrubby Shere™ Maggy White Marguerite daisy is one of the better performing modern hybrid cultivars. It was developed by Syngenta. A mounding, vigorous plant that blooms heavily, the flowers occur on self-branching stem tips. First appearing early in the spring for a long flowering season, the flower heads are daisy-like with a golden yellow eye or disc surrounded by a single row of snow white petals.

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(Shere™ Argyranthemum, Shere™ Marguerite Daisy)

The Shere™ Series of Marguerite daisy develop compact to medium growth habits and flower predominantly in the white and yellow range. A durable shrubby tender perennial often grown as an annual bedding plant, each plant bears its flowers on self-branching stem tips. They first appear early in the spring and continue for a long flowering season. Each flower opens with a button-like golden yellow eye, and depending on cultivar, petals that range from pure white to shades of yellow or pink. Flower...

Image of Argyranthemum frutescens photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Argyranthemum, Marguerite Daisy)

The tough shrubby Marguerite daisy is popular for its beauty and resilience. This evergreen perennial subshrub is native to the Canary Islands, Madeira and other regions in Macronesia where it survives in sunny rough-sloped terrain and oceanside plant communities. In temperate zones, where the winters are too cold for survival, Marguerite daisy is grown as a summer bedding annual.

Marguerite daisy is erect, shrubby and clump-forming. The bright green, deeply lobed leaves are ferny and emit...

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James H. Schutte

(Argyranthemum, Molimba® Mini Yellow Marguerite Daisy)

Not bashful when it comes to flowering, the Molimba® Mini Yellow Marguerite daisy -- cultivar 'Argyelsin' -- is an upright but compact selection with pale yellow, daisy-like blossoms. Its parent species is native to the Canary Islands, Madeira and other regions in Macaronesia where it survives in sloped terrain. Extensive breeding has resulted in the Molimba® cultivars, which are Syngenta Seed introductions. This open-pollinated cultivar was bred and selected by Anna Houbraken in Enkhuizen, The Netherlands....

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James H. Schutte

(Argyranthemum, Molimba® Mini Double White Marguerite Daisy)

Looking like a hardy chrysanthemum when in full flower, the Molimba® Mini Double White Marguerite daisy -- cultivar 'Argymidowi' -- is an upright but compact selection with double-form (extra petaled) white flowers. Its parent species is native to the Canary Islands, Madeira and other regions in Macaronesia where it survives in sloped terrain. Extensive breeding has resulted in the Molimba® cultivars, which are Syngenta Seed introductions. This open-pollinated cultivar was bred and selected by Anna...

(Argyranthemum, Shere™ Mini White Marguerite Daisy)

Shere™ Mini White Marguerite daisies feature single white flowers and narrow, deeply cut leaves that have a lacy or feathery texture. This small-maturing selection came from breeding efforts of Ánna M.W.P. Houbraken in Enkhuizen, The Netherlands. These short, upright yet compact plants bear lots of flowers on stem tips. They first appear early in the spring and continue for a long flowering season. Each flower opens with a button-like yellow eye surrounded by small, oval white petals.

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James H. Schutte

(Argyranthemum, Molimba® Pink Marguerite Daisy)

A standard of comparison for the title of prettiest medium pink-flowering daisy, the Molimba® Mini Pink Marguerite daisy -- cultivar 'Argymip' -- is an upright but compact selection that blooms profusely. Its parent species is native to the Canary Islands, Madeira and other regions in Macaronesia where it survives in sloped terrain. Extensive breeding has resulted in the Molimba® cultivars, which are Syngenta Seed introductions. This open-pollinated cultivar was bred and selected by Anna Houbraken...

(Argyranthemum, Molimba® Helio Double Pink Marguerite Daisy)

Marguerite daisy is beautiful and resilient, and members of the award-winning Molimba™ Helio Double Pink is especially pretty and vigorous. It has double pink and white flowers. Its parent species is native to the Canary Islands, Madeira and other regions in Macaronesia where it survives in sunny rough sloped terrain. Extensive breeding has resulted in the Molimba hybrids, which are Syngenta Seed introductions. This open-pollinated cultivar was bred and selected by Anna Houbraken in Enkhuizen, The...

(Argyranthemum, Shere™ Maggy Primrose Marguerite Daisy)

Shere™ Maggy Primrose Marguerite daisies feature anemone-like pale yellow to buttery white flowers and narrow, deeply cut leaves that have a lacy or feathery texture. This selection matures as short, upright yet compact plants bearing lots of flowers on stem tips. They first appear early in the spring and continue for a long flowering season. Each flower opens with a crested tuft of pale yellow florets in the center surrounded by small, oval pale yellow to ivory petals.

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(Argyranthemum, Molimba® Helio White Marguerite Daisy)

Looking like a Shasta daisy that blooms even in fall, the Molimba® Helio White Marguerite daisy -- cultivar 'Argyrantis' -- is an upright but compact selection. Its parent species is native to the Canary Islands, Madeira and other regions in Macaronesia where it survives in sloped terrain. Extensive breeding has resulted in the Molimba® cultivars, which are Syngenta Seed introductions. This open-pollinated cultivar was bred and selected by Anna Houbraken in Enkhuizen, The Netherlands.

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