Daisies are one of the most popular plants in the world and their characteristic flowers, the white-petalled being the most iconic, are known to almost anyone, regardless of whether they are gardening enthusiasts or not.
These plants are tremendously prolific, and there are more than 140 different species of daisies. If you want to learn more about how daisies are cared for or how many times daisies bloom, join us in this AgroCorrn article, in which we will see 14 types of colored daisies , some true and others that are related and very similar plants.
- Margarita Shasta (Leucanthemum superb)
- Purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea)
- Pearl gathering (Bellis perennis)
- Rudbeckia (Rudbeckia hirta)
- Margarita arbustiva (Chrysanthemum frutescens)
- Margarita Dahlberg (Thymophylla tenuiloba)
- Margaza (Argyranthemum frutescens)
- Margarita gerbera (Asteraceae)
- Reina margarita (Callistephus chinensis)
- Blue daisy (Anemone blanda)
- Zinia the Mystic Rose (Zinnia elegans)
- Felicia (Felicia amelloides)
- Dimorphotheca sinuata
- River daisy (Brachycome iberidifolia)
Margarita Shasta (Leucanthemum superb)
The Shasta daisy ( Leucanthemum Superbum ) is a fairly large daisy flower . It is native to the Pyrenees, so it is a cold resistant species . Shasta daisy season is in summer, between June and September. If we want to stimulate its flowering, it is convenient to cut its flowers regularly.
Purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea)
The Purple coneflowers ( Echinacea purpurea ) are a plant lilacs daisies differ Shasta Daisies by the color of its petals , in addition to its center deep orange or red. It is a daisy native to America and Africa, reaching sizes of up to almost two meters. When caring for daisies of this type, special attention must be paid to pests of slugs and snails .
Pearl gathering (Bellis perennis)
The Bellis perennis is also called the common daisy , and it corresponds to the plant that almost all of us imagine when evoking the word daisy. It is the most common to find in meadows and areas of natural grass. Needs abundant watering and prefers partially shaded locations . This plant blooms during spring and summer.
If you want to see more plants like this, we recommend this other article about 22 spring flowers .
Rudbeckia (Rudbeckia hirta)
The rudbeckia ( Rudbeckia hirta ) is a plant similar to the most colorful daisies and yet the least similar to the most common types. It has a burgundy colored center with orange dots and its petals stand out for being wide and of considerable size, in orange gradations. It prefers the sun to the semi-shade.
Margarita arbustiva (Chrysanthemum frutescens)
It is called a bush daisy ( Chrysanthemum frutescens ) and it is a daisy of great showiness and beauty for its showy flowers . In return, it is a plant that requires greater maintenance than other species, since its great growth requires regular pruning to control it so that the plant remains healthy. It also requires a regular subscriber.
Margarita Dahlberg (Thymophylla tenuiloba)
The Dahlberg daisy, Dahlberg daisy or yellow daisy ( Thymophylla tenuiloba ) is another of the most classic daisies, the typical yellow one, so common with the white-petalled Bellis perennis . It is a very resistant and easy-to-care species, ideal for gardening enthusiasts. It requires a very sunny location.
Margaza (Argyranthemum frutescens)
This plant is also called Canarian daisy or Argyranthemum frutescens , as it is typical of these islands, where it grows naturally and wild. Its flowers are of varied colors, among which we find pink, yellow and white, with both double and single petals. It requires direct sun, large pots and is grateful for warm temperatures.
Margarita gerbera (Asteraceae)
The gerbera daisy , also commonly called the African daisy , is actually a whole genus of the Asteraceae family , which bears a great resemblance to the classic daisy. It is a very exotic plant originating in South Africa, rarely exceeding 15 cm in height.
In this link you will see the Gerbera plant care and its meaning .
Reina margarita (Callistephus chinensis)
This species also receives the popular name of queen daisy ( Callistephus chinensis ) , as it is another of its most popular species among fans. Among its cares, its need for frequent and abundant watering in warm months stands out, as well as its preference for a location in full sun.
Blue daisy (Anemone blanda)
The so-called blue daisy ( Anemone blanda ) is actually from a whole genus of plants. It is available with flowers in all kinds of colors, among which those in blue, purple or violet tones stand out. It needs a lot of sun and is not very demanding with watering.
Zinia the Mystic Rose (Zinnia elegans)
The so-called mystical rose or paper flower (Zinnia elegans) is a plant native to North America that is not actually a daisy. It bears a certain resemblance to dahlias, and its flowers cover practically all colors except blue. It blooms during all the warm months and welcomes full sun exposure, as well as abundant watering in which its leaves do not get wet.
Felicia (Felicia amelloides)
The so-called felicia or agatea ( Felicia amelloides ) gets its name precisely from the peculiar coloration of the petals of its flowers. It is a round plant that reaches heights of up to 50 cm, with a flowering that occurs in the warm months and requires full sun.
Of great resemblance to daisies , this plant southeastern Africa clumps form of reduced height, very striking to cover edges or small areas of the garden. The dimorfoteca (Dimorphotheca sinuata) is perennial, with very showy orange flowers, and has a great capacity for adaptation, although it does not tolerate low temperatures.
River daisy (Brachycome iberidifolia)
It is also called a river daisy ( Brachycome iberidifolia ) , although it is not really a daisy. It is a plant less than 15 cm tall, small and with flowers with white, pink, blue and purple petals. It needs abundant watering, but otherwise it is very resistant.
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