Flower NameTricolor daisy
Formal NameGlebionis carinat
Aliastricolor daisy, 花輪菊, クリサンセマム・カリナータム
HabitatNorth Africa such as Morocco
Tricolor daisy, scientific name:Glebionis carinata, is an annual plant of the family Asteraceae and is native to North Africa such as Morocco. The flower is a single flower. It is close to the chrysanthemum, and its leaves and flowers are similar. The flower of the chrysanthemum has white petals and a yellow ring at the base of the petals. The original species has white petals and a yellow ring at its base. The horticultural varieties have red, orange, pink, white, yellow, etc. and colorful ring on the base. It is an ornamental plant for flower beds and cut flowers and is not suitable for food.
General name: Tricolor daisy, scientific name: Glebionis carinata, synonym: Chrysanthemum carinatum, aka: chrysanthemum carinatum, origin: North Africa such as Morocco, plant height: 50-60 cm, leaf shape: twice pinnately compound leaves, leaf margin: serrated, small leaf: oblong (long oval), phyllotaxis: alternate, flower: radial symmetry, inflorescence:solitaryad, flowers bloom: single, flower color :white or yellow at the base of the florets black bull's-eye pattern, flower size: 5 - 6 cm, flowering time: from March to June, application: bedding plant and cut flowers.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arraySolitary Inflorescence
Petal shapecapitate corolla
Leaf typeBipinnate-Compound Leaf
Flowering placeBotanic garden
ColorRed, Pink, Orange, Yellow, Cream, White
SeasonMar Apr May Jun
Height50 ~ 60 [cm]
Diameter5 ~ 6