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9 flowers that look like daisies

 9 flowers that look like daisies


Due to the characteristic shape of the petals, chamomile is often confused with other plants. Similar flowers are unpretentious to care for. They are good in single and group plantings. At the same time, the "twins" differ in size and varied color of the buds.

Osteospermum

An attractive ornamental plant suitable for growing in mild climates. Osteospermum, or "Cape daisy", really looks like a chamomile, but differs in large inflorescences with petals rolled into a tube of a monochromatic or multi-colored color. In ornamental gardening, varieties are grown with white, purple and red flowers. Depending on the variety, the flowers can be simple or double. Osteospermum is a 50-100 cm high bush with well-branched shoots covered with slight pubescence. A distinctive feature of the plant is its floral aroma, which does not come from flowers, but from the stems and leaves. For growing crops are suitable areas well lit by the sun. Osteospermum is not afraid of direct sunlight. With insufficient watering or during periods of drought, the plant pauses its development in order to preserve the formed parts. The growth of the bush continues when the temperature and humidity levels become optimal for further development.

Pyrethrum

This perennial is often called "garden chamomile". Currently, more than 50 varieties of this plant are known. Feverfew is a low branching bush with erect, ribbed shoots. Outside, the leaves are painted gray-green, from the inside, the leaf is ash-gray. Large, up to 8 cm in diameter, the buds have a wide variety of colors: white, yellow, pink, raspberry, purple, red, burgundy. The flowering period begins in June and lasts throughout the summer. Feverfew has a strong, distinctive odor. The plant is unpretentious to care for. It grows well in poor soils. Easily tolerates lack of moisture and temperature changes.

Venidium

This exotic "double" of chamomile is native to North Africa. It is often called "African chamomile". It attracts attention with its very bright color of the petals. An annual or biennial plant reaches a height of 50-70 cm and has stems and leaves covered with short pubescence. The diameter of a Venidium flower can reach 14 cm. Oval or slightly elongated petals are painted in color from yellow to orange. The middle of the inflorescence has a deep dark brown color. This unusual plant begins flowering in June and ends after the first snowfall. The appearance of new peduncles can be prolonged if wilted inflorescences are removed in a timely manner. Well-lit flower beds with well-draining nutrient soil are suitable for Venedium. To form a lush bush, you should pinch the top of your head. After this procedure, the plant quickly forms new stems. The flower looks good in group plantings in flower beds. Low-growing varieties can be grown in flowerpots and containers.

Ursinia

A low-growing annual or perennial plant resembles a chamomile, but differs in the color of the petals. They usually have a bright golden yellow or orange hue. The length of the shoots is 30-60 cm. The plant is undemanding in care and maintenance, resistant to temperature changes, easily withstands frost.

Echinacea

Perennial tall plant with properties beneficial to the human body. It is used for the manufacture of drugs that strengthen the immune system. Currently, more than 10 varieties of echinacea are known, differing in the height of the shrub and the color of the petals. The flowers outwardly resemble chamomile, but have a convex core and petals covered with short hairs. The most popular Echinacea purpurea with red, yellow or cream blossoms is suitable for growing echinacea in sunny areas. Partial shade or shade retards the development of the bush and the formation of buds. Flowering begins from the second year of life. The first flowers appear in mid-summer.

Nivyanik

This is a garden variety of chamomile. The daisy is quite often grown in household plots, since it does not require special care and tolerates low temperatures well. Depending on the variety, the height of the plant reaches 120 cm. During flowering, large white flowers with a yellow center bloom on the cornflower. This happens twice a season: in early summer, in May-June, and the second time in late August - early September.

Gatsania

The flower has a wide variety of shades, which attracts the attention of florists. Petals can be colored lilac, red, orange, yellow. There are varieties with a striped or two-tone color. Flowering begins in early summer and lasts until frost. Gatsaniya is easy to care for. It is resistant to drought and severe waterlogging, low temperatures and lack of light. Flowers are used to make bouquets. After cutting, they retain their original appearance for a long time.

Gerbera

An incredibly beautiful and expressive flower, similar to a chamomile, was grown for a long time at home, since caring for it in the open field caused difficulties. The plant is unique in its combination of simple petal shape and incredibly bright and rich color of inflorescences. Today, there are many hybrid varieties with simple, tubular and pointed petals. Terry gerberas are especially popular. Purple, yellow, orange, red flowers will be indispensable when creating garden compositions and bouquets.

Kosmeya

The plant can often be found in flower beds, parks and lawns. Kosmeya is easy to care for, undemanding to the soil, easily tolerates prolonged drought and frost. It has a stem up to 150 cm high and flowers with petals of white, red, purple or burgundy. Cosmey is grown in group plantings in a flower bed. It is often used to cover empty areas in a flower bed.

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What is the name of the flowers that outwardly resemble chamomile

Probably, there is no such person who has not seen a chamomile. This is a very beautiful and at the same time simple flower that adorns almost any personal plot. But not everyone knows that ordinary chamomile has numerous "relatives" that look similar to it, but differ in size and shades. Flowers, similar to everyone's favorite daisies, were bred in the course of the work of breeders, each type of plant is beautiful and unique in its own way.

Many flower lovers do not know what such plantings are called, but would like to have this information in order to be able to plant daisy-like flowers on their site. It is worth learning better about the varieties that can easily decorate any summer cottage or garden plot.


1 Doronicum

Among spring plants, flowers whose inflorescences look like asters or daisies are rare. And so, Doronicum is just such a flower. Its flowers are real garden “suns”, similar to yellow “daisies”. This similarity is no coincidence: after all, Doronicum is a representative of the Aster family. In total, there are forty types of doronicum, but the most common are only two: eastern doronicum (aka Caucasian), and plantain doronicum. These two types are the most spectacular, therefore they are mainly used in ornamental gardening.

Eastern Doronicum is a plant of medium height, up to 70 cm, blooms very early, inflorescences are bright yellow.

Doronicum plantain is much higher, its height can reach 120 cm, it blooms later, and the inflorescences are lighter than that of the eastern doronicum, and the basal leaves are somewhat reminiscent of plantain (hence the name).

These original species also have different varieties, they differ mainly in plant height and flower size. So, in different varieties of oriental doronicum, the flower size can vary from 4 to 10 cm, and the plant height - from 25 to 70 cm.The stems of the doronicum are simple, with little branching, the leaves do not have petioles, they are located directly on the stem. If the withered inflorescences of Doronicum are cut off in time, the plant quickly gives off lateral shoots with new inflorescences, and flowering continues.

Doronicum is a very unpretentious plant, it can be planted both in the sun and in partial shade, and it is in partial shade that flowering will be longer. However, this refers to the eastern doronicum. But plantain doronicum should be planted only in a sunny place. In any case, planting these plants under large trees should be avoided, and not because they will shade the plantings of Doronicum, but because the trees "take" nutrients from the plant, and the Doronicum will bloom poorly as a result.

Doronicum is easy to propagate by seed, since in the Aster family, the seed propagation method is very effective.

Most often, doronicum is used to decorate country-style gardens, and is also included in flower beds and mixborders, along with plants such as forget-me-not, brunner, tulips, daffodils, daisy, feverfew, veronica, fern, rogersia, irises, primroses. Often used "island" planting doronicum on the lawn, next to ornamental shrubs, recreation areas, in front gardens. This flower goes especially well with natural and artificial stones. And since the plant is quite tall, it is actively used to decorate fences, outbuildings, and other objects that I would like to hide. In this case, of course, doronicum is used together with other plants - "decorators", since it blooms only in spring. And then, when its ground part dies away, other tall plants will pick up the baton.


Lilies of the valley

Lily of the valley is one of the most fragrant flowers in May. Handsome and absolutely not whimsical long-term handsome man. Lily of the valley feels best in partial shade, among trees or shrubs. The planting site for it is selected with moderate humidity, the soil must contain organic matter. Since the lily of the valley will creep over the site over time, you need to choose a place, taking into account this factor. Although, if you wish, you can stop this, it is enough to dig a garden tape into the ground to the required depth, and the growth of rhizomes will stop.

One of the advantages of lilies of the valley is their frost resistance, therefore, they will not have to be insulated and covered for the winter. In dry weather, he regular watering is required... Lily of the valley does not need weeding from weeds, he gets rid of them on his own. But feeding is still required.

Mostly in the gardens of local flower growers, there is an ordinary forest lily of the valley, which blooms with white peas, and it is very rare for anyone to see garden varieties of this plant. Although the varieties bred by breeders have a more spectacular look. You need to grow lilies of the valley with special care, the plant is considered poisonous.


Petunia is a very unpretentious culture that can be widely used in landscape design and decoration of the local area. This plant is actively used to decorate open terraces, verandas and galleries. A wide palette of natural shades and unpretentiousness make this culture very popular among gardeners.

Photos with the names of flowers similar to petunia, as well as their main features, can be seen below.

Calibrachoa

Calibrachoa is an ampelous culture that looks very much like a petunia. The flowers of the plant are smaller in size (1-3 cm) and in large numbers cover strong branchy stems with a small "pile". Under favorable conditions, they grow in length up to 1-1.5 m.

Calibrachoa does not tolerate direct sunlight

The range of shades is very large. But most of the calibrachoa can be seen in brown, purple and yellow. The culture is planted in slightly shaded places, since the plant does not accept the sun and does not tolerate drafts. Calibrachoa is propagated most often by cuttings or seeds. Watering loves in moderation. The main agricultural technology of the variety is very simple.

Minitunia

Another culture of the ampel type with flowers similar to petunia, only smaller. Minitunia is one of the related hybrids, which has a similar agricultural technique and such an important property as ease of care. The main difference between the culture is strong branching, accompanied by abundant budding and the formation of a large number of small flowers.

Minitunias are resistant to weather conditions and less demanding on feeding

A bright annual is actively used as a ground cover plant, placed in containers, pots, pots, and decorated with gazebos, balconies and city flower beds. Minitunia seeds are planted no earlier than mid-May, seedlings - in April, depending on climatic conditions. Like most varieties of petunias, this species does not tolerate direct sun, therefore, when sowing it, it is necessary to take into account the presence of shade. Watering should be moderate, however, the amount of moisture should be increased during the flowering period.

Mirabilis

This compact plant, not like a petunia, develops in the form of small-sized bushes up to 70-80 cm high. Paired leaves of a dark green hue are ovoid, the color of the flowers is very diverse. In nature, mirabilis occurs in lilac, purple, crimson, orange and bright yellow. Variegated and striped varieties are known.

Mirabilis blooms only at night

Night blooming is accompanied by a sweet pleasant aroma. By this quality, mirabilis is similar to another well-known plant - the night violet. For planting, it is necessary to select a well-lit area without drafts. Mirabilis is undemanding to the ground, prefers regular watering, but does not tolerate stagnant water.

Surfinia

Another petunia-like flowers are called surfiniya. This is a very beautiful culture, which during the flowering period is densely covered with bright large buds and looks like a ball. The average diameter of each flower is 5-6 cm. The color palette is very diverse: from milky white to purple, interspersed with dark purple. It grows up to 1.5-2 m.

Surfinia has the longest flowering

Surfinia prefers good lighting, a temperature not lower than + 15 ° C, abundant, regular watering and a neutral soil composition. Top dressing of the hybrid is carried out in spring and autumn. During the summer season, shoots are pruned several times.

Morning glory

Ipomoea belongs to the Vyunkov family. It is attractive primarily for its bright colors, which are funnel-shaped and original color. The leaves resemble a heart. Garden morning glory can grow up to 5 m. It is surprising that the flowers of the culture not only bloom in the sun, but also turn following its movement. Bright "gramophone" closes at noon, however, if the day is cloudy, then this can happen in the late afternoon.

Morning glory is very beautiful, but poisonous

The plant blooms for a long time: from June to the first frost with red, blue, purple, white and pink flowers. She looks like a petunia in her unpretentiousness. Despite the fact that morning glory is a perennial, in the middle lane it is most often cultivated as an ampelous and ground cover annual.

Dope

Datura ordinary is a petunia-like plant with high poisonous properties. Botanists attribute it to the Solanaceae family. It is similar to petunia in unpretentiousness in terms of cultivation and care.

Datura requires careful handling and adherence to precautionary rules during the cultivation process

The culture has a powerful root system, a strong erect stem, reaches a height of 110-120 cm.The leaves are large, dark green, dull, slightly pointed. They have an unpleasant odor. Single white or purple Datura flowers are funnel-shaped and 10-12 mm in diameter. Bloom from early June to September. Also, like the leaves, they have an unpleasant odor. Reproduction takes place by seeds. The crop is sown in early spring.

Lavatera

Lavatera is an amazingly beautiful plant with large flowers that shine with a silky sheen. They are characterized by a palette of pink, purple, blue, yellow and white. The average diameter is 8-10 cm. Lavatera is a plant with a powerful root system, strong stems and a very spectacular crown. Bushes can grow up to 1-1.2 m in height.

The second name of the lavatera is wild rose

This species blooms from June to October. Lavatera is very unpretentious to care for, so it is often called "a plant for the lazy." The variety is resistant to drought, withstands drafts, not picky about the composition of the soil. Flowers look great in cut and stand up to 6-7 days without fading.

Scented tobacco

The cultivation of scented tobacco (Nicotiana alata) began in 1867. This member of the Solanaceae family has erect shoots, large leaves and small flowers that resemble a star. Their color is very diverse. The flowers of scented tobacco can be white, crimson, scarlet, yellow or pink.

Fragrant tobacco dissolves in cloudy weather

The beginning of the flowering period of this species is June, the end of budding is September. The annual is classified as a thermophilic species and is sown mainly through seedlings. In addition to regular watering and loosening, it is necessary to remove faded flowers of scented tobacco in a timely manner.

Thunbergia

A plant such as tunbergia is represented in botany by both bushes and vines. The leaf plates are large, reaching a length of 3-10 cm, have soft pubescence and pronounced lobes. Flowers are similar to petunia, only smaller, do not exceed 3-4 cm in diameter. They can be single or make up whole inflorescences. Possess the richest color. In nurseries, you can find lilac, blue, yellow, orange, blue, white and brown tunbergia. Species with red inflorescences are extremely rare.

Only some varieties of tunbergia have a strong aroma, others practically do not smell

Blooms, this representative of the Akantovs from July to September. In the southern regions it is cultivated as a perennial, in the middle latitudes - as an annual. It looks like petunia in unpretentiousness. Under favorable conditions, it can grow up to 2 m.

Campsis

Another liana-like plant is Kampsis. The main difference is that over time, its stem can cover the bark. In addition, Kampsis regularly sheds its foliage. Flowers of culture - funnel-shaped large up to 10 cm in length. The shade is predominantly orange.

Liana Kampsis can reach a length of 15 m

For planting, he prefers southern, well-lit areas. Kampsis is similar to petunia with low requirements for the composition of the soil. Loves moderate watering and timely pruning.


Carnation

A perennial plant, some varieties of which are similar to peonies. In total, about 350 species of carnations are known, many of which are cultivated in Europe and Asia as ornamental plants. They are sometimes called the "divine flower" because the name "carnation" is believed to be derived from the Greek words for the god Zeus and the flower.

The carnation is considered a symbol of goodness, well-being and fidelity.


"Daisies" blooming in summer

In this collection - 7 garden flowers, similar to chamomile, which bloom in summer - from June to August.

Anacyclus (anacillus)

It is not surprising to mistake Anacyclus for a chamomile - it really is surprisingly similar to this flower. In nature, there are more than a dozen species of this charming plant.

Analyzes are both perennial and annual. Of the annuals in flower beds, the clavate anacyclus and the radiant anacyclus are most often grown. Of the perennials, the most common is anacyclus depressum.

Blooms from late spring to mid-summer: from May to July.

Gelikhrizum daisy-flowered

Of course, daisy-flowered gelichrizum is difficult to confuse with chamomile, but their inflorescences really have something in common.

There are several common perennial species of immortelle, but in gardens they are usually grown as annuals and biennials.

The most popular in flower gardens of the middle zone are helichrizums - bracts (popularly known as immortelle), awl-leaved, helmet-shaped. More exotic ones are coral-shaped helichrizum, Milfordova's helichrizum, selago's helichrizum, etc. - at first, you can even take it for stonecrops.

Daisy-flowered gelichrizum blooms in June-August.

Doronicum (goat)

This yellow "chamomile" is ideal for rock gardens and rockeries, because its homeland is the mountains. Doronicum is a perennial plant. Height varies depending on the species. The smallest are Altai doronicum and Kluz's doronicum, the height of their bushes starts from 10 cm.And the stately doronicum of Kolyumna, for example, can grow up to 80 cm.


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