The Marguerite (Argyranthemum) is a large daisy-like flower, except that it is in the family Asteracae, and is more like a Chrysanthemum. It is sometimes called a Marguerite Daisy.
The 85 gsm paper shown above is printed on B1 sheets by Tassotti. The pattern is 'one~way~up' ~ V1 ~ and printed so that the plants run with the grain. Unlike in real-life the flower heads ~ here ~ are massed tightly together in roughly horizontal rows. The marguerites in my garden sprawl all over the place, with flowers at the end of long stalks that really need support. I think a proper gardener would keep them tied in a more vertical clump. Mine are probably a 'wild' species, with fewer patals, more sparsely spaced, than those in this picture..
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