Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Painted Daisy for ABC Wednesday


Painted Daisy
Tanacetum coccineum 'Robinson's Mix'
(TAN-uh-SEE-tum) (kok-SIN-ee-um)
Synonyms: Pyrethrum roseum, Chrysanthemum coccineum

If you are here for Wordless Wednesday please scroll down to the next post. That is a ‘T’ also. Trollius chinensisGolden Queen’ or Golden Globe Flower.

The Painted Daisy is an old fashioned and fun plant to have in the garden. It is perennial and hardy. The flowers grow to about 18 inches and the finely cut foliage is an added attraction. I deadhead the spent flowers and have divided them in both the spring and fall. Pretty much a carefree plant that will grow in a wide range of soil conditions and full sun to partial shade.

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8 comments:

Petunia said...

Beautiful flower on a beautiful blog. Your heard about flowerpower...this blog is flowerpowerblog!

Picturing of Life said...

wow...beautiful flower

My T post in here Thanks

Miss_Yves said...

Unusual and beautiful colour...for a daisy !
miss Yves

imac said...

Beautiful Macro.

Come and visit my Tree House.

david mcmahon said...

Simply stunning. As always.

Been AWOL because of a new job. Sorry

Tash said...

Beautiful flower picture. And very clever using the scientific name for "T"! Had me thinking when I just saw the photo.

katydidnot said...

brilliant. daisy is my new favorite flower.

indicaspecies said...

Absolutely stunning shot.