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Argyranthemum Summit Pink is a prolific, repeat bloomer with single pink flowers with a golden centre. It is a top garden performer.
Marguerite daisies are a compact sub-shrub that originate from the Canary Islands. They have a compact growth habit, are free flowering, and are troubled by few pests and diseases. They are good for garden beds and borders, and also make great container plants.
Marguerite daisies are rewarding garden plants. They grow best in a sunny position in moist, well drained soil. The main flowering is in spring and autumn, with some flowers at other times. A light trim after each major flush will encourage new growth and more blooms, and an application of fertiliser at the same time is beneficial.
Flower colour: Pink
Flowering season: spring summer autumn winter
Marguerite daisies have a light fragrance
Maximum height: 0.6 metres
Minimum height: not specified
Maximum width: 1 metres
Minimum width: not specified
This plant will tolerate full or partial sunlight.
Medium frost tolerance.
Plant is salt tolerant.
Yes. Attracts: Butterflies.
This plant species will grow in the following climates: cool, temperate, subtropical.
Loam: moist, well-drained.
Clay: moist, well-drained.
Soil pH: 5.0-7.0
Planting season: All.
Types of fertiliser: A good general purpose fertiliser, applied after each large flush of flowers.