Found growing wild in a fenced off "nature area".
Common European species of daisy. Herbaceous. Can be used for medicine.
Found it in the woods.
Range: commonly found in temperate regions such as Europe and the Americas
The genus name for daisy is Asteracae. They are found mainly in subtropical and lower temperate areas. Some members provide products such as oils, seeds, and teas. Many small animals feed on them also.
The common daisy is also called Bellis perennis. It is a common European species of daisy. Daises's function in the ecological world as a common bedding plant; their nectar is harvested by honeybees, which then convert the nectar to honey.
This organism is found in all parts of the United States, but especially in forests and plains. It can survive in many different types of climates, such as along side of a river or in dry, cracked land. It provides pollen for bees.
Quintessential weed of irrigated lawns, like the ones on the east and west sides of the Richmond Branch library.
On the lawn near the playground
Bellis perennis is a common European species of daisy, of the Asteraceae family, often considered the archetypal species of that name. Many related plants also share the name "daisy", so to distinguish this species from other daisies it is sometimes qualified as common daisy, lawn daisy or English daisy. Historically, it has also been commonly known as bruisewort and occasionally woundwort (although the common name woundwort is now more closely associated with Stachys (betony)). Bellis perennis...