Marguerite daisy flowers are a small, shrub-like perennial in the family Asteraceae, which are native to the Canary Islands. This little herbaceous perennial is a nice addition to flower beds, borders, or as a container specimen. Marguerite daisy flowers, whose Latin name is Argyranthemum frutescens, are terrific butterfly and other pollinator attractors.
Available in a variety of hues from white or yellow to pink or purple depending on the species, these daisies are similar in appearance to the Shasta daisy. The various species and subspecies result from hybridization, and thus, may be imports from several spots around the globe. Two examples of this are the blue marguerite daisy, which hails from South Africa, and the white harvest snow daisy, which was brought from Germany.[