Daisy - bellis perennis Bellis perennis


Colour: White with yellow centre
Flowering: Most of the year
Height: 2 - 6" (5 - 15 cms)
Family: Compositae


The daisy is one of the most common weeds found in an English lawn. They are hardy plants and can be seen most of the year.

The flower is made up of yellow disk florets in the centre with longer white florets on the outside.

The flowers open during the day, following the sun, and close at night.


Daisy - bellis perennis

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