We Find a White Cousin
Searching the African daisy family we perceive that one branch has been stranded from its kin and, finding itself in the shade, has become a white daisy. From the many similarities between the two flowers there can be no question that the white and the African orange daisy have a common ancestry-although some scientists classify them as different species, while some merely classify them as different varieties of the same species.
This image is from: Luther Burbank: his methods and discoveries and their practical application. Volume 1 Chapter 5