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Early spring Argyranthemum The genus Argyranthemum includes 23 species of subshrubs native to the Canary Islands and Madeira, being found in a variety of habits. They resemble chrysanthemums and are often offered as such. The leaves are finely dissected or lobed; and in some species, are bluish green. The daisy-like flowers are borne in loose corymbs and can be single, anemone-centered, or double. Colours range from white to pink, yellow, and apricot. Argyranthemum bloom profusely from spring to early autumn.<br />
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This is an Argyranthemum hybrid called &#039;single pink&#039;. Flowers 40 mm diameter.  Argyranthemum,Asteraceae,Asterales,Australia,Flora,Geotagged,Winter,botany,macro,marguerite daisy,new south wales Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Early spring Argyranthemum

The genus Argyranthemum includes 23 species of subshrubs native to the Canary Islands and Madeira, being found in a variety of habits. They resemble chrysanthemums and are often offered as such. The leaves are finely dissected or lobed; and in some species, are bluish green. The daisy-like flowers are borne in loose corymbs and can be single, anemone-centered, or double. Colours range from white to pink, yellow, and apricot. Argyranthemum bloom profusely from spring to early autumn.

This is an Argyranthemum hybrid called 'single pink'. Flowers 40 mm diameter.

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  1. I love the soft pinkish tone in the petals. Posted one year ago
  2. Another amazing shot of some flowers! Posted one year ago

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By Ruth Spigelman

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Uploaded Jul 31, 2021. Captured Jul 31, 2021 15:15 in Myamblah Crescent Reserve, Myamblah Cres, Merewether NSW 2291, Australia.
  • NIKON D850
  • f/16.0
  • 10/2500s
  • ISO250
  • 105mm