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Argyranthemum Questions

1. What is Argyranthemum?

Argyranthemum is a genus of flowering plants in the Asteraceae family. It is native to the Canary Islands, Madeira, and Portugal. These plants are known for their beautiful flowers, which can be white, yellow, pink, or purple.

2. What conditions do Argyranthemum need to grow?

Argyranthemum plants prefer full sun or partial shade and a well-drained soil. They are tolerant of a wide range of soils but perform best on a loam soil. Argyranthemum plants are also tolerant of dry periods but certainly benefit from regular watering during the growing season and until they establish after planting.

3. How do I plant Argyranthemum?

To plant an Argyranthemum, choose a sunny spot with well-drained soil. Dig a hole that is twice as wide as the root ball of the plant and plant the Argyranthemum at the same depth as it was growing in the pot. Fill the hole with soil and gently firm it in to remove any air pockets. Water the plant once it is in and continue to water it until you are satisfied it has established itself.

4. When do Argyranthemum flower?

Argyranthemum plants typically flower in the spring and summer. However, the exact timing of flowering will vary depending on the species and growing conditions.

5. Does Argyranthemum come back each year?

Argyranthemum is a perennial plant in warmer climates, but it is grown as an annual in colder climates. In warmer climates it will come back each year, but it may need to be protected from frosts. In colder climates, it will die back in autumn and need to be replanted in the spring.

6. Do argyranthemums like sun or shade?

Argyranthemums prefer full sun to partial shade. They need at least six hours of sunlight per day to bloom well. If you live in a hot climate, it is best to plant them in a spot where they will get some afternoon shade to protect them from the hottest part of the day.

Argyranthemums can tolerate some shade, but they will not bloom as profusely as they would in full sun. If you must plant in shade, choose a spot that receives at least no less than four hours of sunlight per day or eight hours of dappled light.

7. What is the lifespan of an Argyranthemum?

The lifespan of an Argyranthemum depends on the variety and the conditions in which it is grown. However, most Argyranthemums are considered to be short-lived perennials, with a lifespan of 2-3 years.

8. Where is the best place to plant Argyranthemum?

The best place to plant your Argyranthemum depends on the variety of Argyranthemum, your climate, and your personal preferences. Here are some general tips:




9. Will Argyranthemum come back?

Whether an Argyranthemum will come back depends on two main factors: the variety and the climate.



10. What is the English name for Argyranthemum?

Argyranthemum has two main English names: Marguerite daisy and Paris daisy. Both names are commonly used interchangeably.

11. Does Argyranthemum flower every year?

Whether a specific Argyranthemum will flower every year depends on two primary factors: the variety and the climate:

By variety:

By climate:

12. Is Argyranthemum annual or perennial?

Argyranthemum are perennial plants but are often grown as annuals as they generally do not survive a cold winter.

13. How tall do Argyranthemum get?

The height of an Argyranthemum depends on the specific variety and its growing conditions. However, most Argyranthemums typically reach between 18 and 36 inches (45-90cm) in both height and width.

Here's some expected heights of common varieties:

14. Can you take cuttings from Argyranthemum?

You can definitely take cuttings from Argyranthemum! It's a great way to propagate new plants and expand your collection. Spring or summer is the ideal time, as the plant is actively growing and new stems are soft and pliable. Here are the steps:

  1. Choose healthy, non-flowering stems that are approximately 4-6 inches (10-15cm) long.
  2. Make a clean cut just below a leaf node. A leaf node is the point where a leaf joins the stem.
  3. Remove the lower leaves from the stem.
  4. Dip the cut end of the stem in rooting hormone.
  5. Fill a small pot or container with well-draining potting mix.
  6. Make a small hole in the centre of the soil and insert the stem.
  7. Firm the soil around the stem and water well.
  8. Place the pot in a warm, bright location, but avoid direct sunlight.
  9. Cover the pot with a plastic bag to create a humid environment (optional).
  10. Keep the soil moist but not soggy.
  11. After a few weeks, you should see new growth emerge. Once the roots are established, you can gradually remove the plastic bag and acclimatize the plant to outdoor conditions before transplanting it into your garden.

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