Argyranthemum 'Cherry Red'

Argyranthemum 'Cherry Red' has rich pink-carmine flowers and silvery green leaves. It is excellent in a pot on its own or adding a zap of jewel like colour with other things. More
5 plug plants 190133-5 £8.50 Delivery early April
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10 plug plants 190133-10 £14.95 Delivery early April
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15 plug plants 190133-15 £19.95 Delivery early April
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Or buy this as part of our Argyranthemum and Lavender Collection and Blue, Pink & Silver Pot Collection.

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Argyranthemum 'Cherry Red' has rich pink-carmine flowers and silvery green leaves. It is excellent in a pot on its own or adding a zap of jewel like colour with other things.

These jewel-coloured argyranthemums flower continually for at least five (or even six) months on minimal TLC.

Genus Argyranthemum
Variety Cherry Red
Type Tender Perennial
Common Name Marguerite
Border Position Front
Soil Type Fertile, Neutral
Scent Unscented
Site Full Sun
Moisture Well-drained
Height 30-45cm (12-18in)
Spacing 30-45cm (12-18in)
Care Tips Deadhead regularly to encourage a long flowering period.
Flowering June - November
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 'Cherry Red'

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Reviewed 12th October 2016 by Andrew Devenport

Excellent plant, very good value, especially with a lavender growing through it, great in pots dotted around the garden, and as always excellent packaging and delivery

Argyranthemum 'cherry Red'

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Reviewed 24th September 2016 by Carol Manley

New to me...they are wonderful! The colour, endurance (now Mid Sepember), getting stronger and bigger still. Mixed with dahlia 'Natal' dark red pom-pom, anagellis 'Sky Lover' and one of your silver leaved plants my tall pots looked wonderful.
I notice that they are tender perennials. How should I keep them alive during winter...put into a cold greenhouse?

Indispensable

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Reviewed 17th May 2016 by John Colin Breeze

Although gradually reducing the number of annuals in pots I can't imagine not growing these wonderful plants. The third year of ordering and they are already full of flower buds in May. Previous years they have flowered profusely until the end of November with simple dead heading.

Highly recommended

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Reviewed 28th October 2015 by cp IOS

I'm ordering again for 2016 - these have flowered nonstop since June though storms and heavy rain - only need dead heading occasionally. If they fare well in the Scottish Highlands they'll grow anywhere!

Great little daisy-like flowers for pots that flier profusely

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Reviewed 7th April 2015 by Dr C

I've bought these little gems for two years in a row (this year will be year three) and they flower consistently and abundantly from June all the way into late November (so long as you deadhead them regularly). Apart from deadheading, they need minimal care and do really well in pots on a south-facing patio. I have had them growing amongst lavender but this year I will buy them as part of the blue, pink and silver pot collection on the website. I am gardening in East Anglia.