Argyranthemum frutescens 'Madeira White'

Flowers for months, then cut it back and it flowers again within a few weeks. More
5 rooted cuttings 510843-5 £8.95

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Flowers for months, then cut it back and it flowers again within a few weeks. Last year it flowered right through the winter inside.

Genus Argyranthemum
Group/Species frutescens
Variety Madeira White
Type Tender Perennial
Common Name Marguerite
Border Position Front
Soil Type Fertile, Neutral
Site Full Sun
Moisture Well-drained
Height 70cm (28in)
Spacing 40-50cm (16-20in)
Care Tips Deadhead regularly to encourage a long flowering period. Mulch in autumn to help protect from frosts or overwinter in a frost free greenhouse.
Flowering June - November (or till January at Perch Hill – honestly!)
Vase Life Makes a great cut flower, lasting up to a week.
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
  • Sow Under Cover/Plant Indoors
  • Direct Sow/Plant Outdoors
  • Flowers/Harvest
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Argyranthemum frutescens 'Madeira White' reviews

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Reviewed 1st August 2019 by Lindy

These have flowered twice, but not as impressive as 'pink halo'

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Reviewed 31st July 2019 by Jacqueline

The cuttings have grown fast and flowered well in separate pots, starting from 9 cm to 16 cm now and needing re-potting again. Previously I used to bunch them together to have a larger plant immediately but they were weaker and more difficult to over-winter.

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Reviewed 31st July 2019 by Alyson

Weak plants. Damaged in transit. None survived. Had to replace them with some white pelargonium bought at a local GC.

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Reviewed 31st July 2019 by Tracey

Delighted from start to finish. Helpful service to timely delivery, great products & stunning plants now growing! Highly recommend.

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Reviewed 7th November 2018 by Catherine

Nice strong plants well wrapped for transport. All grew well

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Reviewed 20th September 2018 by Edwina

flowered well through the summer though a bit on the short side

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Reviewed 19th September 2018 by Sally

Still flowering happily in September. Easy and undemanding

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Reviewed 13th September 2018 by Linda

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Reviewed 12th September 2018 by Carol

They did not spread as much in their pots as others I have bought in the past despite the usual watering and feeding regime. They proved to be very compact. Also, they were not the delicate variety I was expecting.

Reply from the Sarah Raven Team:

"Thank you for leaving your review. We are very sorry to hear of your disappointment with your Argyranthemum and have refunded you for them."

Posted 7th November 2018

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Reviewed 3rd September 2018 by Sandy

Good bushy plants still flowering.

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Reviewed 29th August 2018 by Barbara

Not like the photo!

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Reviewed 10th May 2015 by Anne Snowden

My 15 plants arrived beautifully packed and look healthy potted up. However, the picture in the catalogue is misleading. It shows a much more elegant flower with small centre and graceful, fine petals. My flowers are much more stumpy and really no different from ones I've seen in local garden centres. Am a little disappointed!

Reply from the Sarah Raven Team:

"As the season progresses you should see these grow taller, as they are only still quite young plants. You may want to deadhead the flowers now so that the plant can put its energy into growing taller."

Posted 19th May 2015