Argyranthemum


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Related to Argyranthemum: Argyranthemum frutescens
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Distribution of acetylenes and sesquiterpene lactones in Argyranthemum from Tenerife.
DNA degradation and nuclear degradation during programmed cell death in Antirrhinum, Argyranthemum and Petunia.
Origin and evolution of Argyranthemum (Asteraceae: Anthemideae) in Macaronesia.
Diascia 'Blue Belle' (Plants By Post, J Parker's), a new variety launched at the Chelsea Flower Show last year, cascaded over the sides of the basket and didn't need deadheading, while Petunia 'Queen Bee' (Spalding Plant & Bulb Company) proved a vigorous grower, producing a plentiful mix of yellow Easy-care cheer for your garden - Argyranthemum 'Yellow Empire' and, inset
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.
So having chosen from a selection of baby bacopa, argyranthemum, lobellia, fuchsia and sweet pea, what do you do with your diddy friends?
There are also plants unavailable 10 years ago - diascias, osteospermum, argyranthemum, and the like, so there's no excuse for boring tubs this summer.
I had, sitting unused in the polytunnel, about twenty plants of Argyranthemum 'Chelsea Girl'.
The sunny yellow of Argyranthemum frutescens, first caught my attention several years ago.
Some Argyranthemum, red hot pokers, alstroemeria, parahebes, penstemons and salvias are also at risk.
Easy Take cuttings of tender perennials such as fuchsias, geraniums and argyranthemums - you can reap as many as 20 cuttings from a single plant that can be grown on the windowsill during the winter and used to create a stunning patio next summer.
Jobs for the week Easy 2 Take cuttings of tender perennials such as fuchsias, geraniums and argyranthemums - you can reap as many as 20 cuttings from a single plant that can be grown on the windowsill during the winter and used to create a stunning patio next summer.
Making a comeback after a few years in the wings are Marguerites, Argyranthemums, above.
DAISY-LIKE marguerites or argyranthemums will flower from early summer to late autumn and a giant pot filled with just four plants will produce up to 400 blooms