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Marguerite Daisy: The National Flower Of Denmark

National flower of denmark marguerite daisy

The National Flower of Denmark is Marguerite Daisy. It is a Spectacular flower and is usually famous for garden lovers. It is found and cultivated on an excess  in Denmark. They have soft showy petals with fragrant leaves attached to the stem.
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Interesting facts about Marguerite Daisy.

Marguerite Daisy belongs to Asteraceae Family(Asteroideae as Subfamily) and Argyranthemum as a genus. Its latin name is Argyranthemum frutescent sand they are mostly loved by butterflies. It is a Common but the very beautiful flower and almost every gardener admire Marguerite Daisy. They are small shrubs like and they grow up to 1 to 3 feet in height. They are known for their great season quality as they can grow in Fall Bloom, Spring Bloom, and Summer Bloom. It is Available in white, purple, pink yellow in color depending on the species.They are native to the canary island, Spain, Denmark and most region of Europe. Marguerite daisy is also called as ‘Dill’ and ‘marguerites’ daisies’. Marguerite daisies are usually used as a decorative garden plant, also used to decorate wedding reception and garden beds.it is the native habitat of some species of, Marguerite daisies is being threatened by grazing, humans, with at least two species endangered, plus one that is critically endangered. They are circular and have almost ten soft and showy petals with greenish shinny leaves attached to the stem.

Why Marguerite Daisy is the National Flower of Denmark?

Denmark doesn’t have an official national flower. In the mid-80s, a popular TV-programme asked its viewers to vote for a national flower and the winner was the dandelion. The Daisy might be mentioned because it’s the favorite flower of the Danish queen. According to the Danish National Encyclopedia, the beach, and the red clover were chosen as Denmark’s national plants in 1936. They were chosen by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs because Argentina wanted to establish a botanical garden with national plants from all over the world.

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