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Question - type of daisy?

Posted by mngardener1 4 - Minnesota (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 10, 07 at 22:46

I have a yellow daisy but do'nt know what type...it grows about 12" tall and has a large center, the petals are short and will curl under the head after a day or two. The leaves are fern-like - any ideas? It does seed and spreads rather fast but is very cute!


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RE: Question - type of daisy?

Sounds like Golden Marguerite....I used to have these and they are lovely but can get away from you if you let them. I would pull them like weeds when they'd grow where I didn't want them. I also found that they'd lean a lot when the mass of them got thick and I never found a good way to keep them from doing that. I miss them though...they are so sunny!
Kristy :)

Here is a link that might be useful: Golden Marguerite


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RE: Question - type of daisy?

Yup, sounds like Marguerite. They provide lots oc color but do seed themselves. I leave a few to seed for next year but deadhead lots of them.


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