Wildflowers of Bradlaugh Fields #7 Daisy

We take the humble daisy for granted perhaps, but what a simple beauty it has in the greensward. The French call it ‘pâquerette’ or ‘pâquerette vivace’ because it first flowers around Easter time, and celebrate its appearance with special daisy-shaped cakes!

Bellis perennis

Plenty more about the daisy in this botanical-online article

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