Could you please tell me if it is possible to get a double or triple headed daisy? I have enclosed a photograph in the attachment.
That photograph you sent is really wild looking, no pun intended. In short, I do not know of any growers that try to produce or specialize in bizarrely mutated plant forms like the one photographed. I am guessing that flower, obviously a member of the Aster family (Asteraceae), grew and blossomed as it did because of either a genetic mutation or perhaps some bizarre damage (insect related?) to the emerging flower bud which then allowed two flowers to bloom fused together. To be honest I do not think I have ever seen a mutation like this, but a coworker just mentioned over my shoulder that she has seen in the past tomato plant flowers fused together and produce some sort of “Siamese twin” tomatoes. What can I say, genetics and mutation is truly a fascinating aspect of science and horticulture. But again, sorry, I have to say that finding a flower like that in the trade is probably going to be pretty close to impossible. And trust me, I know some pretty nontraditional gardeners out there. But, if you do find a source, please pass it along!