Plant ID forum: Astéracée inconnue

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JamalBellakhdar
Jan 29, 2018 9:27 AM CST
Bonjour,

Ci-joint la photo d'une autre Astéracée sur laquelle j'aimerai poser un nom. Est-ce bien Chrysopsis villosa ? Merci
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Name: stone
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stone
Jan 29, 2018 12:49 PM CST
Doesn't look like a golden aster....

I'm thinking marguerite daisy.

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JamalBellakhdar
Jan 30, 2018 11:08 AM CST
Je trouve quand même que les pétales ne ressemblent pas à celles d'Argyranthemum.

En revanche, La photo ci-dessous pour Chrysopsis mariana trouvée sue le web me semble plus proche. Qu'est ce que vous en pensez ?
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Jan 30, 2018 12:39 PM CST
Je suis d'accord.
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Name: stone
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stone
Jan 30, 2018 4:29 PM CST
JamalBellakhdar said:Je trouve quand même que les pétales ne ressemblent pas à celles d'Argyranthemum.

En revanche, La photo ci-dessous pour Chrysopsis mariana trouvée sue le web me semble plus proche. Qu'est ce que vous en pensez ?
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I still find that the petals do not look like those of Argyranthemum.

However, the photo below for Chrysopsis mariana found on the web seems closer to me. What do you think ?




It would help if you said something about where you found the plant, what the bloom time was, and anything else relevant.

I have a number of golden asters growing as naturals at my house, and I've planted marguerite daisies for people...

Your plant looks like the plant purchased at the plant nursery, and not at all like the wildflower.

Here's a Chrysopsis mariana from my garden...

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I'd like you to observe the foliage closer... Identifying plants is often a case of observing both the flower and the leaf structure.

Edit:
I am starting to see how the thin petals are giving you difficulty...
in google searching yellow argyranthemum frutescens, I am finding a number of photos with those thin petals...

Maybe try Euryops pectinatus... Which seems to be a continuous all season bloomer... Unlike Chrysopsis which only blooms for a week or two at the end of summer.
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HamiltonSquare
Jan 30, 2018 5:05 PM CST
Euryops is what first comes to mind for me.:
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JamalBellakhdar
Jan 31, 2018 11:45 AM CST
Thank You! Thank You! Ma réponse à la question de Stone :

Merci pour vos commentaires. Il s'agit d'une fleur très cultivée à Rabat dans les jardins. La photo a été prise le 27 janvier 2018. Chez nous, c'est un mois hivernal.
Je joins à ce post une autre photo où l'on voit mieux les feuilles. Merci.
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Name: stone
near Macon Georgia (USA) (Zone 8a)
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stone
Feb 1, 2018 4:16 PM CST
When I suggested euryops... did you search the family?
As they originate in Africa.... seems very likely...

http://pza.sanbi.org/euryops-c...

http://www.nova.co.at/marsNova...

Appropos of nothing...
checking the map...
Don't know anything about Rabat... but Casablanca, Marrakesh, and Algiers are very much in the western consciousness...
I don't know how far those cities are, or what the travel is like... but have you visited any of them?

Edit: I guess not Algiers... if your border is closed....

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JamalBellakhdar
Feb 5, 2018 10:16 AM CST
Thank You! Oui, bien entendu, j'ai visité toutes ces villes que vous citez et même bien d'autres au Maghreb dans le cadre de mes travaux de terrain sur les usages de la flore sauvage locale (je suis ethnobotaniste). Mais c'est plus compliqué avec les plantes ornementales car elles peuvent provenir de tous les continents. Merci en tout cas de votre contribution à mes identifications. J'ai retenu finalement pour ma plante Euryops chrysanthemum (car la nuance du vert des feuilles et leur aspect correspondent plus à cette espèce.

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