Argyranthemum frutescens (L.) Sch. Bip.
Syn: Chrysanthemum frutescens L.
Subshrub with woody base, leaves 2-pinnatifid, green; heads 5 cm across on long peduncles; involucre bracts with hyaline margin; disc yellow; ray white , yellow to pink. 
Photographed from California, cultivated.


 

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Cultivated, garden flowers seen in Kenya in the first week of July.


This Asteraceae from Kenya could also be Argyranthemum frutescens.


  

 

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Cultivated, garden plant with White flowers.

Seen in Kenya during visit in July,16.


Appears close to me.


Could it be Easter daisy-Townsendia ? perhaps.?


Thanks for suggested id.
On searching, the leaves are looking different from the ones in my pictures.
Will wait for experts to comment.


 

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Paris daisy, Marguerite daisy
Argyranthemum frutescens
Syn.: Chrysanthemum floridum, Chrysanthemum frutescens, Chrysanthemum fruticosum
Solan H.P.
24-03-2018
…, Kindly edit the page at:
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Remove the first four photographs.


Thanks, …, I will do the needful. 

This perennial has beautiful shape . I’ll search my old folders for complete plant


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