Chrysanthemum coronarium Garland Daisy is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae. It is native to the Mediterranean region but has been widely introduced and naturalized in other parts of the world, including Asia, North America, and Australia.
Mixture of white and yellow just like egg color scheme represent the flowering plant in the most elegant way. Concentric color bands show the nature’s power to create such an amazing beauty with the sophisticated ring flowers. Many Asian cuisines use this plant’s leaves. Korean cuisine used this pat’s green in soups and stews.
Garland Daisy typically grows as an annual plant, reaching a height of 30-90 cm. The leaves are deeply lobed and have a fern-like appearance. The plant produces a profusion of small, daisy-like flowers that are typically 2-4 cm in diameter and can be white, yellow, or pale pink in color. The flowers bloom in clusters and have a distinctive yellow center surrounded by white or pinkish petals.
Garland Daisy is commonly grown as an ornamental plant in gardens and is also used in traditional medicine for its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties. In some countries, the leaves and flowers are also used as a culinary herb or vegetable, often added to soups and stir-fries. The plant prefers full sun and well-drained soil and can tolerate a wide range of temperatures and soil conditions.
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Scientific Name: Chrysanthemum Coronarium
Common Name: Garland Daisy
Specie: Flowering Plant
Plant Type: Annuals
Native Range: Mediterranean
Full Growth Height: 24-36 inches
Zone: 1 to 10
Exposure: Full Sun
Blooming Season: Summer, Fall
Pollinator: Butterflies, Bumblebees, Birds
Flower: Showy, Aromatic, Cut Flower
Attracts: Butterflies, Bees
Flower Color: Mixed Colors (White and Yellow)
Tolerate: Dry Soil, Drought, Deer
Water Requirement: Low, Average
Soil Type: Sand, Loam
Uses: Garnishing in lambs and beef dishes