Daisy or Bellis perennis


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This plant is a very common fieldflower, seen in the
verge of a road. Its a strong and succesful plant,
standing on it or mowing youre lawn won't affect
this plant.

the flowering of the Common daisy

This herbaceous plant flowers during spring to late summer.
The flowers are often tipped red or pink.
It can reproduces through seed but more easely and more
effectivly by its rhizomes. The flowers closes at
night and opens in the morning

Oxeye daisy or Leucanthemum vulgare

(Chrysanthemum leucanthemum)

A subspecies is the well-known oxeye Daisy, who is
much bigger then common daisy.