Chrysanthemum paludosum Creeping Daisy is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae. Creeping Daisy is native to South America but has been introduced to other parts of the world, including North America, where it is cultivated as an ornamental plant. The plant prefers full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil. It is relatively drought-tolerant once established and is also deer-resistant.
The plant is a low-growing, spreading perennial that typically reaches a height of 6-12 inches (15-30 cm) and a width of 12-18 inches (30-45 cm). It has small, white, daisy-like flowers that are produced in abundance throughout the growing season. The leaves are green, serrated, and slightly hairy.
The flower is totally opposite as it sounds. Belonged to the Mediterranean region, the flower can become the masterpiece of your garden if you give it the required care. The unique and eye-catching white color with luxurious aroma can create hypnotic effects that can make you feel as if you’re in heaven. Grows under the full sun or partial fade, the full requires well-drained soil to flourish smoothly.
Chrysanthemum paludosum is commonly grown as a ground cover or edging plant in gardens and borders. It can also be grown in containers and hanging baskets, where it can spill over the edges and create a cascade of white flowers. Creeping Daisy is easy to grow and is often used as a filler plant to add texture and contrast to mixed borders and other plantings.
|Number of Seeds
|Max Coverage Area (Square Ft.)
Scientific Name: Chrysanthmum Paludosum
Common Name: Creeping Daisy
Plant Type: Annuals
Native Range: Europe and North Africa
Full Growth Height: 8-10 inches
Spread: 8-10 inches
Zone: 3 to 9
Exposure: Full Sun
Blooming Season: Spring to Fall
Pollinator: Beneficial insects and Pollinators
Flower: Cut Flowers, Showy
Flower Color: White
Water Requirement: Average, Moist
Soil Type: Clay, Sand, Loam, Chalk
Garden Uses: Gravel and Rock Garden, Patio and Containers, Window Boxes