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Under favorable growing conditions, the Marguerite daisy reaches up to 1’ foot in height with an equal spread.
The plant has a medium growth rate and matures in 1 to 2 years.
The shrubby foliage of the Marguerite daisy is divided with grey-green leaves. Alternate leaves are fleshy and oval to oval-lanceolate in shape.
Each leaf is about 1”- 3” inches long and approximately 1” wide.
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