Marguerites have green, woody stems with a circular array of ray petals with around 10 cm in diameter.
Often used in borders, rock gardens, and as a ground cover.
Water thoroughly, but let the soil dry between waterings. Marguerites will lose their green leaves if temperatures drop too low. Regular dead-heading will encourage the growth of new flowers. Adding mulch, manure or other forms of organic fertiliser to the soil before planting can also help to promote strong, healthy flowers.