The Q&A Archives: Marguerite Daisy

Question: I'm not at all familiar with the Marguerite daisy. Where does it grow well? Any information would be appreciated.

Answer: Marguerites are members of the Daisy family and are flowering shrub-like perennials, grown mostly in the Southwestern states. Marguerites like full sunshine and regular watering during the summer, and greenhouse protection in the winter months if it gets cold. The tops are susceptible to frost damage and the entire plant will die if left outdoors in freezing weather. The flowers are wonderful for cutting and the plant generally keeps a neat and attractive look all summer long.

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