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(Argyranthemum, Shere™ Marguerite Daisy)

A collection of durable shrubby tender perennials usually grown as annual bedding plants, the Shere™ Series of Marguerite daisy was developed by the Syngenta agricultural company. Shere™ Marguerite daisies feature single or semi-doubled, mainly white flowers and narrow, deeply cut leaves that have a lacy or feathery texture. These 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...

(Argyranthemum, Spring Bouquet Marguerite Daisy)

Evoking thoughts of both a springtime daisy or an autumn aster or mum, Spring Bouquet Marguerite daisy provides multicolored floral delight. Blossoms open light pink and then fade to yellow and finally creamy white, something appropriate for an Easter celebration. In the center of each flower is a golden yellow eye.

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...

(Argyranthemum, Summer Song™ Lavender Marguerite Daisy)

Rarely are bicolored, bullseye blossoms seen on Marguerite daisies, but Summer Song™ Lavender is a notable exception. Flowers are double in form, with rows of extra petals, resembling chrysanthemum blooms. The center petals are pale buttery yellow and then become creamy white farther out in the flower head. The outermost petals are a vividly contrasting shade of violet-rose.

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

(Argyranthemum, Summersong™ 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, Twinkle™ Rose Marguerite Daisy)

Throughout the growing season beautiful anemone-type daisies of white and pink cover Twinkle™ Rose. This free-flowering, compact tender perennial was introduced into the horticultural trade in 2004. The center of each blossom is a crested tuft of creamy pale yellow to white that ages to powdery rose. Surrounding these centers are pale pink ray petals that later become deeper rosy pink.

The tough shrubby Marguerite daisy is popular for its beauty and resilience. An evergreen perennial, it...

(Orchid)

Growing in shallow, moist soil or directly upon moist rocks, this species of bamboo orchid is native to the middle elevations of southern China, Laos and Vietnam where growing conditions are warm and humid. In its natural habitat, this rhizomatous orchid is quite prolific and forms grass-like clumps.

The upright stems have grassy blades, which clasp the stem with basal sheaths, giving it the appearance of a grass or compact bamboo. In late summer to fall, tall, upright floral stalks appear which...

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James H. Schutte

(Bamboo Orchid)

Best known for its grassy foliage and beautiful, fragrant pink blooms, this species of bamboo orchid is distributed across the middle elevations from northern India to Sri Lanka, South China and Southeast Asia where growing conditions are warm and humid. In its natural habitat, this rhizomatous orchid is quite prolific and forms grassy clumps. In its natural habitat it is most commonly terrestrial (ground dwelling), though plants may also be found growing on rock faces or rarely in trees. This species...

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Grandiflora

(Bloodflower, Scarlet Milkweed)

Butterflies can’t resist this evergreen perennial. Blood flower is native to Mexico and South America and has naturalized throughout subtropical and tropical regions worldwide. Hummingbirds and bees are also regular visitors to the showy flowers.

The plant has upright branched stems which sport lance-shaped, opposite leaves of medium green. When broken, the stems emit a milky-white, sticky latex sap. In the heat of summer plants produce flattened clusters of small, complex red-orange flowers...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Bloodflower, Red Butterfly Milkweed, Scarlet Milkweed)

Butterflies can’t resist this evergreen perennial. The cultivar ‘Red Butterfly’ of Indian butterfly weed are vigorous growers with brightly colored flower clusters in red, yellow that are darker than average. The stems are sturdy and flowers excellent for cutting.

Also known as blood flower, this butterfly weed is native to Mexico and South America and has naturalized throughout subtropical and tropical regions worldwide. Hummingbirds and bees are also regular visitors to the showy flowers.

The...

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James H. Schutte

(Bloodflower, Scarlet Milkweed, Silky Deep Scarlet Milkweed)

Butterflies can’t resist this evergreen perennial. Silky Deep Red Indian butterfly weed is a vigorous grower with brightly colored flower clusters in rich, red and bright yellow crowns that are slightly larger than average. The stems are sturdy, plants compact, the foliage has a red-purple tone and flowers excellent for cutting.

Also known as blood flower, this butterfly weed is native to Mexico and South America and has naturalized throughout subtropical and tropical regions worldwide. Hummingbirds...