Size: To 3' tall
Exposure: Sun, Filtered Sun, Part Shade
Perennial in warm climates, annual elsewhere.
Corn-Marygold with samphire-like leaves; the outer scales of the cup keel-shaped; the flowers grow solitary and are three-coloured. (Bot. Repos.)
Published in Bot. Repos. 2: 109 in 1800.
Mr. James Donn, Curator of the Botanic Gardens, Cambridge, through whose medium we possess this new species of Crysanthemum, informs us, in his catalogue for 1800, that it is a native of the coast of Barbary, and from whence it was first received in 1797.
PlantList shows the status as unresolved.
Some sources show it as a synonym of Chrysanthemum carinatum Schousb.