Argyranthemum frutescens

Argyranthemum frutescens

Cobbitty daisy,''A.frutescens, is not a long lived flower. Generally can be seen has a white flower daisy with a yellow center. Though may also come in pink or yellow.

''Argyranthemum frutescens'', the marguerite and marguerite daisy, is a perennial plant known for its flowers. It is native to the Canary Islands in Macaronesia.
Cobbitty daisy  Argyranthemum frutescens

Appearance

Argyranthemum are known as a sub-shrub. This sub-shrub is made up of white, yellow or pink daisy's approximately 2.5 inches in diameter with a yellow center.Also found with green foliage. This is usually found on a bushy plant that is about 2-3' tall and wide. While usually 1 to 3 feet tall. A very fragrant flower. Can usually be found growing in flower beds. Normally found in a daisy shape.

Distribution

"A. Frutescens" can be normally found during the summer, since they grow best with full sunlight.Though are their showiest during the spring. These flowers grow in many different types of habitats. They are also most frequently used for borders of houses since they grow continuously. Can only survive under summer conditions with plenty of sun. Cannot survive in areas that are cold and have no sunlight. Although the frutescens can grow in all regions. Frutescens are also known for long period of growth ranging from May to November.

Habitat

Along with full sunlight, in order to grow, this plant needs organic matter in high quantities.While also making sure the soil is drained very well. If plant is too overwhelmed with water it can cause the plant to die. Tolerant of low temperatures, though cannot survive in freezing temperatures.Needs a lot of sunlight in order to grow and must be protected from the wind.

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Taxonomy
KingdomPlantae
DivisionAngiosperms
ClassEudicots
OrderAsterales
FamilyAsteraceae
GenusArgyranthemum
SpeciesA. frutescens
Photographed in
Mexico