Tricolor daisy, scientific name:Glebionis carinata, which is native to North Africa, annual plant of the asteraceae department of glebionis genus. Florets are yellow and white single-petalled. Black bull's-eye pattern at the base of the florets (at the base). Looks like garland chrysanthemum leaves and flowers in a flower vase for ornamental plants and food.
Common name: Tricolor daisy, scientific name:Glebionis carinata, synonym:Chrysanthemum carinatum, aka:tricolor daisy, chrysanthemum, carinatam, origin: North Africa, plant height: 50-60 cm, leaf shape: twice pinnately compound leaves, leaf margin: serrated with, small leaf: oblong, phyllotaxis: alternate, radial symmetry, inflorescence size: single terminal inflorescences, flowers bloom: single Saki The rayed flowers: flower color is white or yellow (base) at the base of the florets black bull's-eye pattern, flower size: 5-6 cm, flowering time: March-June application: bedding plant and cut flowers.