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All ratings refer to the UK growing conditions unless otherwise stated. Minimum
temperature ranges (in degrees C) are shown in brackets
While we update our systems with the new hardiness ratings you may still see old
hardiness ratings in your search results. These are denoted as 'Old'.
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AGM plants have been through a rigourous trial and assessment programme. They are:
A. maderense is a compact spreading subshrub to 30cm tall, with grey-green, lobed leaves and single daisies 3cm across, with lemon-yellow rays and deeper yellow disk
'Cornish Gold' is a compact plant to 60cm, with green foliage and single, golden-yellow daisies 5cm across, with deeper yellow disks
A. frutescens subsp. canariae is an evergreen subshrub to 60cm tall, with divided, dull grey-green foliage and large, yellow-centred, white daisies. Free-flowering over a long period
'Levada Cream' is a rather spreading subshrub to 60cm tall, with divided and sharply toothed green leaves and single daisies with darker-centred light yellow flowers fading to cream
'Petite Pink' is a dwarf subshrub to 30cm, forming a dome of divided, grey-green leaves, with many light pink flowers 2.5cm across, the disk florets yellow
'Royal Haze' is a compact subshrub to 75cm in height, with vivid blue-grey leaves dissected into narrow lobes, and single yellow-centred white daisies 3cm across
'Qinta White' is a lax and slightly sprawling subshrub to 70cm tall, with dissected foliage and pure white, anemone-centred flowers
'Mary Cheek' is a bushy subshrub to 40cm tall, with fully double, pompon-like light pink flowerheads 3cm across
'Vancouver' is an evergreen subshrub to 80cm tall, with divided foliage and clear pink, anemone-centred with paler rays
'Jamaica Primrose' is a vigorous subshrub to 1m tall, with divided, rich green leaves and long-stalked single daisies 6cm across, with primrose-yellow rays and deeper yellow disk
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