Ox-Eye Daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum)
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(aka Common Daisy)
The Daisy is one of the most easily identifiable flowers. The white petals ring around the yellow center like a broad blooming halo.
Commonly found in meadows or pastures, the Daisy will thrive in many locations. Very popular in gardens everywhere, the Daisy grows tall quickly.
Whether the petal-picking reveals that he loves you or loves you not, the butterflies in your garden will love your common Daisies.
Ox-Eye Daisy is a Nectar Plant for:Monarch, Common Buckeye, and more
Ox-Eye Daisy Specifications:
Color(s): White flower with yellow centers
Sun Exposure: Sun
Average Height: 1 ft. to 3 ft.
Average Spread: 1 ft.
USDA Plant Hardiness Zone: 3 to 8
Note: See Shasta Daisy for a similar species to use where Ox-Eye Daisy is considered invasive