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John Rickard

(Argyranthemum, Marguerite Daisy, Miss Pink Marguerite Daisy)

All season vibrant single daisies of deep pink cover Miss Pink. As they flowers age, they fade to lighter pink, which adds to the plant's interest and ornamental value. This free-flowering, compact tender perennial was bred by Graham Noel Brown in Cobbitty, New South Wales, Australia along with many other fine bedding Argyranthemum.

The tough shrubby Marguerite daisy is popular for its beauty and resilience. This tender evergreen perennial originates from the Canary Islands, Madeira...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Argyranthemum, Marguerite Daisy, Ulyssis Marguerite Daisy)

This tough, shrubby, tender perennial blooms continuously with simple yellow daisies from early in the season to very late in the season. Where hardy, ‘Ulyssis’ is grown as a drought-tolerant subshrub, but in temperate zones with cold winters it is grown as a bedding annual. The parent species, Marguerite daisy, is native to the Canary Islands. Its ferny evergreen leaves are bright green, deeply lobed and emit a strong fragrance when crushed. Large, bright-yellow daisies with bright golden orange...

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James H. Schutte

(Argyranthemum, Vanilla Butterfly® Marguerite Daisy)

This tough shrubby tender perennial produces simple buttercream daisies for continuous bloom that begins early and ends very late in the season. Vanilla Butterfly was introduced by Four Star Greenhouse in Carlton, Michigan and is marketed by Flower Fields of Encinitas, California. Where hardy, it is grown as a drought tolerant subshrub, but in temperate zones with cold winters it is grown as a bedding annual.

Marguerite daisy is shrubby and clump-forming. Its ferny evergreen leaves are bright...

(Argyranthemum, Comet Marguerite Daisy)

A collection of durable shrubby tender perennials usually grown as annual bedding plants, the Comet Series of Marguerite daisy was developed by the Paul Ecke Ranch in Encinitas, California. Comet Marguerite daisies feature single-form flowers in bold colors and very thin, deeply cut leaves that have a lacy or feathery texture. These upright yet rounded 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...

(Argyranthemum, Daisy Crazy™ 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...

(Argyranthemum, Galaxy™ 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...

(Argyranthemum, Meteor™ 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...

(Argyranthemum, Meteor™ White Marguerite Daisy)

If you love the classic white daisy with a yellow eye, you'll enjoy growing and admiring the Meteor™ White Marguerite daisy, cultivar 'Supang'. is a notable exception. The eyes are a fuzzy orange-gold, surrounded but a single but concentric ring of plump white petals.

The tough shrubby Marguerite daisy is popular for its beauty and resilience. It originates from the Canary Islands, Madeira and other regions in Macaronesia, where it survives in sunny sloped terrain. In temperate zones with...

(Argyranthemum, Molimba® Marguerite Daisy)

Marguerite daisies are beautiful and resilient, and members of the award-winning Molimba™ Series are especially vigorous and a bit more tolerant of midsummer heat than others. The parent species is native to the Canary Islands. Extensive breeding has resulted in the Molimba® hybrids, which are Syngenta Seed introductions developed by Dutch breeders.

A durable shrubby tender perennial often grown as an annual bedding plant, the Molimba® Series plants remain tidy and compact with frilly foliage...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Argyranthemum, Pretty in Pink™ Marguerite Daisy)

A dwarf, mounding selection of Marguerite daisy, Pretty in Pink™ bears double-form (extra petals) flowers of medium pink. A blossom looks somewhat jagged, with variable petal lengths within the flowerhead. Pretty in Pink™ is derived from a species is native to the Canary Islands, Madeira and other regions in Macaronesia where it survives in sloped terrain.

This shrubby clump-forming selection has deep green, narrow-lobed leaves that emit a strong fragrance when crushed. Its daisies are produced...