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New Introduction 2006 - Argyranthemum Madeira

Argyranthemum Madeira

Common name daisy bush, Marguerite daisy

Argyranthemum frutescens originates from the Canary Islands and Madeira.

If deadheaded after each flowering, it will blossom from spring until frost.

A low-maintenance plant, requiring only sun and moist, well-drained, fertile soil. Madiera will perform well in containers.

If you are looking for an easy to grow plant that looks lovely throughout the gardening season, Madiera is an ideal choice for your garden.

They lend themselves perfectly to bright border plantings and containers of all types.

Naturally occur in some of the Meditteranean areas so are waterwise once established .

Plant in a wind protected position.

Plant Facts


Garden Height (cm) - 35 - 45
Garden Spacing (cm) - 25
Planting Position -  Sun, part shade
Watering - Keep soil moderately moist
Soil -   Rich, well drained
Feed -  balanced fertilizer every six
            weeks
Pests - Aphids
Flowers -  Summer
Uses - Mixed Container, Pots,
           Landscape, Window Box
Idea & Tips 

Don't like hard pruning. Dead-heading will ensure better flowering.