5 Most Unusual Daisies
Daisies are simple and pretty flowers and almost always associate with white petals and sunshine yellow eyes. Here are a few different daisy varieties that look unexpected and unusual thanks not only to their coloring but also shape.
Most Unusual Daisy Varieties
English Daisy (Bellis Perennis Polar Pink)
English daisy Bellis Perennis Polar Pink looks very different from what we are used to seeingin daisy. First of all, it’s pink. Then it has a pompom head with lots and lots of thin petals that fade from pink to pale pink. The only thing that stays the same is the sunshine yellow eye.
African Cape Daisy
African daisies look very different when they’re not in full bloom. They also come in a variety of different colors. Also there are species in this genus that look entirely different yet.
Flower Power Double is one of those and offers a beautiful combination of classic daisy petals with a cluster of smaller flowers around the eyes.
Gloriosa Daisy (Rudbeckia hirta Cherry Brandy)
Known also as Rudbeckia hirta Cherry Brandy this daisy is for those who loves dramatic dark colors. It also has a beautiful purple eye encircled with yellow, which gives it an unreal look.
Shasta Daisy Aglaia
Shasta Daisy Aglaia is another unusual daisy that sports frilly petals as opposed to smooth uniform ones we are used to. Only the yellow eyes betray its origin.
Chrysanthemum Carinatum Painted Daisy
Painted Daisy (Chrysanthemum Carinatum) is a tricolor beauty with large dark eyes. Their coloring resemble that of a target but there are more of hues and shades that range from red, yellow, and magenta.
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