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Aromatic Hardy Asters: Growing And Care
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Aromatic Hardy Asters: Growing And Care

Versatile, floriferous, winter hardy and dependable all describe the hardy dwarf asters.If this perennial is still a stranger in your garden, the reason is probably that you remember the old-fashioned type.The ones that grew like a shrub sometimes to six feet, lost all its leaves half way up the stems and get so top heavy no stake would hold it.

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Blackfoot Daisy Care: How To Grow Melampodium Leucanthum

Melampodium Leucanthum Mel-am-POH-dee-um, Lew-KAN-thum is a perennial herbaceous plant from the Asteraceae aka composite family.This attractive drought-tolerant, wildflower plant is native to New Mexico and the Southwest United States, as far as Kansas and Colorado.Although it appears delicate, this native plant is well-known for handling harsh locations and thrives well in both cold and heat with irregular watering.
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African Daisy: How To Grow And Care For Osteospermum

The African daisy, with lovely daisy-like flowers, originates from South Africa.Also known as the Cape Daisy or Blue-eyed Daisy (Osteospermum fruticosum) are members of the (Aster plant) Asteraceae family.Quick African Daisy Care GuideBotanical Name: Osteospermum fruticosumCommon Name(s): African daisy, Cape daisyFamily & Origin: Asteraceae – south AfricaGrow Zone: USDA Hardiness zone 9-10Lifespan: AnnualSize: 12″-24″ inches tallFlowering: Early summer until frostLight: Likes full sunTemperature: Warm days and cool nights.
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Learn How To Grow Tetraneuris Acaulis

Tetraneuris acaulis tet-ruh-NYUR-iss a-KAW-liss is a flowering plant in the sunflower or composite family.It’s found throughout North America and parts of northern Mexico growing in prairies, foothills, and plains.Several varieties exist with different characteristics, making it a highly variable plant.
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Farfugium Japonicum Care Tips: Growing The Leopard Plant

Farfugium japonicum (far-FEW-gee-um juh-PON-ih-kum) formerly known as Ligularia tussilaginea (lig-yew-LAR-ee-ah, tuss-ill-uh-GIN-ee-uh) pays homage to its native land on the seashores and streams in Japan, where it’s called Tsuwabuki.The leopard plant is a species of herbaceous perennial flowering plants belonging to the family Asteraceae.
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How To Care For Painted Daisy

Tanacetum coccineum (TAN-uh-SEE-tum, kok-SIN-ee-um) is a non-invasive, non-aggressive herbaceous perennial hailing from the Caucasus and most parts of Asia.A member of the Asteraceae or Compositae family, the plant’s genus name, is a derivative of the Greek, athanatos, which means immortal or long-lasting.
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Gazania Flower Care: Growing Gazanias The Treasure Plant [HOW TO]

Gazania rigens (aka: Gazania splendens) pronounced (gah-zay’ni-ah) is a pretty, South African native and a member of the daisy family (Asteraceae).It is often called the “Treasure Flower”, “African Daisy”, or simply “Gazania.” The Osteospermum is also known as the “African Daisy.”This rugged African wildflower is the parent of many different types of Gazania available from seed suppliers and nurseries today.
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Gaillardia Flower [Blanket Flower] Growing And Care

Gaillardia Gay-LAR-dee-uh is a short-lived, easy-to-grow perennial, which sprouts richly colored, daisy-like flowers.This plant has more than two dozen species, and most of them are native to North America all the way west to Colorado and down south to Mexico.Gaillardia goes by the common name Blanket Flower or Indian Blanket because of its stunning bicolor flowers, which bear a resemblance to the colors found in the blankets created by Native Americans.
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Mexican Sunflower Care: How To Grow Tithonia Plants

The Mexican Sunflower, Bolivian sunflower, tree marigold or the Tithonia plant are considered an annual flowers, native to both Central America and in Mexico, where varieties of the ponytail plant and spineless yucca trees also call home.Locals refer to it as the “Golden Flower of the Incas” due to its large, showy bursts of daisy-like flowers.
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Silver Carpet Plant Care: How To Grow Dymondia Margaretae

Dymondia margaretae dy-MON-dee-uh, mar-GAR-et-tay hails from the daisy or aster family, Asteraceae and is a species of a flowering tolerant groundcover.It is commonly known as Silver Carpet due to its silvery-green leaves.The species is endemic to South Africa, specifically to the Cape Province region.
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Montauk Daisy Care: Tips On Growing The Nipponanthemum

The simple name is the Montauk Daisy for Nipponanthemum nipponicum nip-pon-AN-the-mum, nip-PON-ih-kum . It is also known by the botanical names Chrysanthemum nipponicum and Leucanthemum nipponicum. It is a herbaceous composite flower perennial from the Aster family, Asteraceae.Montauk is native to the coastal regions of Japan and has been naturalized in the United States in Long Island, New York and New Jersey.
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Chamomile Plant Care: Growing Roman or German Chamomile Flowers

This member of the Asteraceae family (Aster plants) the flowering Chamomile has long been cherished as a valuable medicinal plant. You’ll find lots of chamomile products on the market today.Even so, it’s best to grow your own chamomile. It is so easy to grow, and when you produce it yourself you know, it is natural and pure.
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Creeping Zinnia Care: All About Growing Sanvitalia

A part of the Asteraceae family, the Sanvitalia san-vi-TAY-lee-uh genus of flowering plants produce small daisy-like flowers.The genus name “Sanvitalia” honors Frederico Sanvitali, a noted 18th-century Italian botanist.There are around seven or so species of the genus native to Central and South America.
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Dahlberg Daisy Care: Thymophylla Tenuiloba Growing Tips

Thymophylla tenuiloba (ty-mo-FIL-uh ten-yoo-ee-LOW-buh) better known as the Dahlberg Daisy is a short term perennial, usually grown as an annual in full sun.The plant is also known as Dyssodia tenuiloba (dis-OD-e-uh ten-yoo-ee-LOW-buh). It is native to Mexico and Texas and has been naturalized in a number of states in the USA.
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Euryops Bush Daisy Care: How To Grow Bush Daisies Plants

Euryops (EW-ree-ops), more commonly known as the bush daisy, is a genus with approximately 50 individual species mainly hailing from South Africa. These tend to be compact, evergreen perennials with grey-green leaves and daisy-like flowers.As part of the Asteraceae family, these shrubs are best represented by a few outstanding varieties.
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Bidens Plant Care: How To Grow The Bidens Flower

Bidens is the common name given to a group of about 200 flowering plants of various sizes and colors of both perennials and annuals.These plants look something like coreopsis (kor-ee-OP-sis) and are, indeed, related to them.These members of the Asteraceae (ass-ter-AY-see-eye) family grow naturally throughout the southern United States and as far south as Guatemala.
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Marguerite Daisy Care: Learning To Grow Argyranthemum Frutescens

The Marguerite Daisy aka Argyranthemum frutescens ar-ji-RAN-the-mum, froo-TESS-enz are excellent garden plants popular for their delicate showy nature and iconic daisy-like flowers.Belonging to the aster/daisy family Asteraceae, the plant has earned quite a few common names including:Paris daisyMarguerite daisy/MargueriteCobbity daisySummer daisyThis shrubby perennial Canary Islands native is also known as the Canary marguerite.
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Aromatic Hardy Asters: Growing And Care

Versatile, floriferous, winter hardy and dependable all describe the hardy dwarf asters.If this perennial is still a stranger in your garden, the reason is probably that you remember the old-fashioned type.The ones that grew like a shrub sometimes to six feet, lost all its leaves half way up the stems and get so top heavy no stake would hold it.
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Shasta Daisy Care: How To Grow Shasta Daisies

Currently one of the most popular types of daisy, Leucanthemum maximum (lew-KANTH-ih-mum MAKS-ih-mum) is a showy member of the Asteraceae family.It is best known by the common names Shasta daisy and chrysanthemum maximum/max chrysanthemum.However, the scientific name isn’t totally accurate, and not just because Leucanthemum was formerly considered part of the Chrysanthemum genus (hence two of its nicknames).
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Gerbera Daisy Care: Growing Gerber Daisies [HOW TO GUIDE]

The Gerbera Daisy (a.k.a. Transvaal daisy, Gerber daisy, African daisy or Barberton daisy – Gerbera jamesonii) from the Asteraceae family are popular indoor and outdoor South African floral plants.The genus was named Gerbera by Dutchman Jan Frederic Gronovius in 1737 in honor of the German medical doctor Traugott Gerber.
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Cosmos Sulphureus Care: Sulfur Cosmos Growing Tips

Members of the Asteraceae family have always been popular with gardeners, and cosmos have become a hallmark flower in recent years.One of the most beloved members of this new trend is Cosmos sulphureus (KAHS-mos sul-FER-ee-us), whose often firelike appearance has earned it the common name of sulfur cosmos.
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