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Syngenta

(Argyranthemum, Shere™ Maggy Pastel Yellow Marguerite Daisy)

Shere™ Maggy Pastel Yellow Marguerite daisies feature single-form light yellow 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 golden eye surrounded by pastel to lemony...

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James H. Schutte

(Argyranthemum, Molimba® Mini White Marguerite Daisy)

A low-growing mound, the Molimba® Mini White Marguerite daisy -- cultivar 'Argywhimi' -- is a compact selection with pure 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 Houbraken in Enkhuizen, The Netherlands.

This shrubby clump-forming...

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Jessie Keith

(Argyranthemum, Marguerite Daisy)

Comet White Marguerite is an evergreen subshrub native to the Canary Islands that is often grown as a tender perennial. From late spring until fall (or year-round in milder climates), 'Comet White' produces numerous white, yellow-centered daisy-flowers on tall stems against a backdrop of lacy, silvery leaves. Flowering decreases in hot weather.

Regular light pruning will promote compact growth and increased flowering, and provide cuttings for propagation. This easy to grow plant prefers sun and...

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James H. Schutte

(Argyranthemum, Marguerite Daisy)

Comet Pink Marguerite is an evergreen subshrub native to the Canary Islands that is often grown as a tender perennial. From late spring until fall (or year-round in milder climates), 'Comet Pink' produces numerous pink, yellow-centered daisy-flowers on tall stems against a backdrop of lacy, silvery leaves. Flowering decreases in hot weather. Regular light pruning will promote compact growth and increased flowering, and provide cuttings for propagation. This easy to grow plant prefers sun and well-drained,...

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James H. Schutte

(Argyranthemum, Marguerite Daisy, Neptune Marguerite Daisy)

The super vigorous dwarf Marguerite daisy, Neptune, is characterized by its floriferous nature and compact, neat shrubby habit. Throughout the growing season this tender perennial produces many white daisies against ferny deep gray-green foliage.

The tough shrubby Marguerite daisy is popular for its beauty and resilience. This evergreen perennial subshrub originates from the Canary Islands, Madeira and other regions in Macaronesia, where it survives in sunny rough sloped terrain and oceanside...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Argyranthemum, Marguerite Daisy, Sunlight Marguerite Daisy)

Like bright rays of sunshine, the prolific golden daisies of Sunlight bring instant cheer to the garden. The tough shrubby Marguerite daisy is popular for its beauty and resilience. This tender evergreen perennial originates from the Canary Islands, Madeira and other regions in Macaronesia, where it survives in sunny rough sloped terrain and oceanside plant communities. In temperate zones with cold winters it is grown as a popular bedding annual.

Marguerite daisy is shrubby and clump-forming...

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Jesse Saylor

(Argyranthemum, Fireball Red Marguerite Daisy, Marguerite Daisy)

The unusual, double red daisies of 'Fireball Red' look more like miniature cactus-flowered zinnia or dahlia blooms. This hybrid was bred by Daniel Bede McDonald in Cobbitty, New South Wales, Australia in 2003. It has a neat compact, mounded form and blooms heavily over a long season.

The tough shrubby Marguerite daisy is popular for its beauty and resilience. This tender evergreen perennial originates from the Canary Islands, Madeira and other regions in Macronesia, where it survives in sunny...

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Jesse Saylor

(Argyranthemum, Maggie Marguerite Daisy, 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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Jessie Keith

(Argyranthemum, Marguerite Daisy, Nelia Marguerite Daisy)

The buttery yellow daisies of ‘Nelia’ shine in the summer garden. It’s a hearty tender perennial with a tidy mounding habit and free-flowering nature. It is a German introduction bred by Nils Klemm.

The tough shrubby Marguerite daisy is popular for its beauty and resilience. This tender evergreen perennial originates from the Canary Islands, Madeira and other regions in Macronesia, where it survives in sunny rough sloped terrain and oceanside plant communities. In temperate zones with cold...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Argyranthemum, Dwarf Pink Marguerite Daisy, Marguerite Daisy)

Pretty pink daisies cover the compact ‘Petit Pink’ all season. The tough shrubby Marguerite daisy is popular for its beauty and resilience. This tender evergreen perennial originates from the Canary Islands, Madeira and other regions in Macronesia, where it survives in sunny rough sloped terrain and oceanside plant communities. In temperate zones with cold winters it is grown as a popular bedding annual.

Marguerite daisy is shrubby and clump-forming and has deeply lobed leaves that emit a...