Argyranthemum


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Related to Argyranthemum: Argyranthemum frutescens
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Otros generos responsables o sospechosos de causar alergias en alguna forma son Andryala, Arctotheca, Argyranthemum, Arnoseris, Bellis, Carlina, Cichorium, Cirsium, Cnidoscolus, Coleostephus, Crepis, Dendranthema, Dittrichia, Echinops, Galactites, Gerbera, Helenium, Hieracium, Inula, Iva, Lactuca, Lapsana, Phagnalon, Pulicaria, Sonchus, Tagetes, Tolpis, etc.
Distribution of acetylenes and sesquiterpene lactones in Argyranthemum from Tenerife.
DNA degradation and nuclear degradation during programmed cell death in Antirrhinum, Argyranthemum and Petunia.
Softwood and semi-ripe stem cuttings of penstemon, pelargonium, osteospermum, fuchsia, lavendula, verbena, nemesia, gazania, diascia, argyranthemum, salvia, rosemary, thyme, weigela, Philadelphus, buxus, ilex, taxus and many more are all worth taking now but will need a sunny, frost-free environment for the whole winter, whether that is a heated glasshouse, a conservatory or a windowsill.
Argyranthemum and Pericallis in Macaronesia (Francisco-Ortega et al.
Analisis of the volatile constituents of Argyranthemum adauctum (Link) Humphries by gas-chromatographymass spectrometry.
canariensis +, Pericallis webbii 1, Ranunculus cortusifolius 2 en 3; Anogramma leptophylla, Carduus tenuiflorus, Parietaria debilis, Veronica arvensis y Lamium amplexicaule + en 4; Argyranthemum adauctum ssp.
The trial found that the easycare plants which produced plenty of blooms included Argyranthemum "Yellow Empire" (Mr Fothergill's), a classic marguerite with bright yellow daisy-like flowers which - with some deadheading - produced masses of flowers throughout the summer.
PRIMULA ASTRANTIA ANGELICA MECONOPSIS FUCHSIA FOXGLOVE PENSTEMON ARGYRANTHEMUM AQUILEGIA
The trial found that the easy-care plants which produced plenty of blooms included Argyranthemum 'Yellow Empire'(Mr Fothergill's), a classic marguerite with bright yellow daisy-like flowers which - with some deadheading - produced masses of flowers throughout the summer
There are also plants unavailable 10 years ago - diascias, osteospermum, argyranthemum, and the like, so there's no excuse for boring tubs this summer.
So having chosen from a selection of baby bacopa, argyranthemum, lobellia, fuchsia and sweet pea, what do you do with your diddy friends?
The sunny yellow of Argyranthemum frutescens, first caught my attention several years ago.
I had, sitting unused in the polytunnel, about twenty plants of Argyranthemum 'Chelsea Girl'.
The trial found that the easy-care plants which produced plenty of blooms included Argyranthemum 'Yellow Empire' (Mr Fothergill's), a classic marguerite with bright yellow daisy-like flowers which - with some deadheading - produced masses of flowers throughout the summer.