A bold and vibrant macro closeup of a pink and purple Marguerite Daisy against a textured rainbow-colored backdrop. A bit of a hippy vibe that screamed a bit of flower power for me.
This spray flower has a classic bloom with many ray petals radiating out from a disk-shaped center. This colorful package of popping purple-tinted daisies would add an alluring appeal to any wedding bouquet, table centerpiece, or flower arrangement!
The Marguerite daisy also known as the Argyranthemum frutescens, is a lovely daisy featuring a large middle of the flower generally yellow but depending on the variety they can also be pinkish in color.
The petals of the Marguerite are generally white, pink, or yellow. They can have single or double blooms and they are usually 1-2 inches in size. The leaves and such of Marguerite daisies are a blue-green color, thin and almost fern-like.
The Marguerite daisy does best in richly fertilized, well-drained soil. They also like to be planted in fully sunny areas. They work really well as a border or on the outside edge of your year or garden adding the perfect splash of color to the area.
This type of daisy is a pretty hardy plant, if you have them planted outside make sure to water them about twice a week. If the plant starts to wilt it is a sign that they need a bit more water. Keep the soil moist pretty often, but never all the time because like with most plants, their root will rot if left in constant water.
December 30th, 2012
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