Origin: China and Japan.
Morphology: Its flowers are like a daisy, terminal, 5-8 cm in size, pink, red or white in color.
Production: It can be produced by steel and root separation. Cuttings taken in late autumn are transplanted into rooting medium in 15-20 days.
Planting distance and distance: It is planted with 15-20 cm intervals.
Climate: It grows in sunny places and temperate climates. It prefers moist, soft and permeable soils rich in clay, organic matter and humus. It is vulnerable to salinity. It is resistant to cold. Regular and moderate water should be given.
Usage: It is used as a single or group in flower beds, as a ground cover in side beds, mixed arranged beds and large areas. However, it is more valuable in cut floriculture.
Disease-Pests: Dwarfism is the most important disease. Apart from that, aphids, cutworms, leafworms, red spiders, thrips, whitefly damage are seen.