Daisy - Argyranthemum

Daisy or Argyranthemum Frutescens is an ideal plant for sunny areas and with a variety of colors, which look splendid on terraces, balconies, and patios.
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Argyranthemum Frutescens, commonly known as Marguerite Daisy, is a perennial plant of the Asteraceae family. It has a shrubby habit and a very showy flowering that adds a touch of vibrant color to any garden. Its flowers can vary in color, size, and shape depending on the variety, but all of them are equally beautiful and attractive to pollinators.

History and Origin:

Native to the Canary Islands, Argyranthemum Frutescens has been appreciated for its beauty since ancient times. Its ease of cultivation and its ability to thrive in various climates have contributed to its popularity worldwide. Over the years, numerous horticultural varieties have been developed to meet different gardening tastes and requirements.


Caring for Argyranthemum Frutescens is relatively simple. It prefers rich, well-drained soils but can adapt to a variety of soil types. Providing it with full sun exposure is important to stimulate abundant and vigorous flowering. Watering should be frequent, especially during dry periods, as the plant is sensitive to water scarcity. Additionally, periodic fertilization is recommended to promote healthy growth and lush flowering.


To maintain a compact bush and encourage continuous flowering, dead flowers can be regularly removed. Additionally, pruning the plant once it has completed its flowering is beneficial. This will help promote new growth and maintain an attractive shape.


There are numerous varieties of Argyranthemum Frutescens, each with its own distinctive characteristics in terms of flower color, size, and shape. Some of the most popular varieties include:

1. Frutescens (Canary Marguerite Daisy): Known for its white flowers and characteristic yellow buttons.

2. Madeira Cherry Red: It features magenta flowers with yellow buttons and reaches a height of approximately 45 cm.

3. Mary Cheek: Stands out for its pink flowers with double buttons and a height of around 40 cm.

4. Margarita de Madeira: It has yellow flowers with more intense buttons and reaches a height of about 30 cm.

5. Cherry Love: With double fuchsia flowers and an approximate height of 65 cm.


Data sheet

Argyranthemun Frutescens or Daisy.
Canary Island
From 0.50 cm to 1.5m.
Flowers of different colors.
Autumn – Spring.
Sun or semi shade.
To make groups in gardens, for pots and gardeners.
It resists to temperatures of -2ºC.
Being the product a living plant and depending on the season, this plant could be received not exactly the same as in the photography, without impacting on quality of the same.

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