Chrysanthemum multicaule Yellow Daisy is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae.Yellow Daisy is native to North America, where it is found in grasslands, prairies, and open woods. The plant prefers full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil. It is relatively drought-tolerant and can also tolerate heat and humidity.
The plant is an annual that typically grows to a height of 12-24 inches (30-60 cm) and a width of 12-18 inches (30-45 cm). It has a branching stem with green, lobed leaves and produces clusters of small, bright yellow, daisy-like flowers.
The eye-catching yellow color on the other side, the appearance of the flower makes it top-notched among spectators. Grown in Africa, the yellow daisy is commonly used for making flower beds, borders, walkways, gardens, and for some medical purposes. Blooms in fall and summers, the flower possesses a unique fragrance that creates heavenly effects. Tolerant to drought, the flower has got the ability to stay in shape even in harsh weather patterns.
Chrysanthemum multicaule is commonly grown as an ornamental plant in gardens and borders. It is also used in wildflower and meadow plantings, where it adds vibrant color and attracts pollinators, such as bees and butterflies. The plant is easy to grow from seed and blooms from late spring to early fall. It is often used in cut flower arrangements and is also attractive to birds, who may feed on the seeds in the fall.
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Scientific Name: Chrysanthmum Multicaule
Common Name: Yellow Daisy
Plant Type: Annual
Native Range: Eurasia
Full Growth Height: 6-12 inches
Zone: 4 to 9
Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Shade
Blooming Season: Late Summer, Early Fall
Pollinator: Beneficial insects and Pollinators
Flower: Cut Flowers, Fragrant
Attracts: Butterflies, Bees, Humming Birds
Flower Color: Yellow
Water Requirement: Moist, Moderate
Soil Type: Well-drained, Sand, Loam, Chalk
Garden Uses: Beds and Borders, Garden Edging