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Field Daisy


By Aleyna

Field Daisy (Cosmos bipinnatus (Cosmos))

These flowers are planted in a garden of the planning sector of the municipality of Săo Francisco de Paula. They reproduce by seeds, vary between white and magenta, with different shades of pink. Photo taken on 02/15/2018

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Very nice they are, too! Some years ago I grew several varieties on the balcony & I was pretty pleased with the majority. The problem is they get too big to grow on the balcony, though I have seen dwarfer varieties out now which might be more suitable for our balcony.

I grew a lot of them on my allotment some years ago. I also had a variety called 'Seashells' which I liked tremendously! The bases of the petals were sort of scalloped which made them look different from the "plain" ones.

25 Feb, 2018

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