Gardening Questions And Answers
English daisies seed aggressively and return year after year, and they are considered an invasive species in some parts of the world. English daisies grow in cool weather and bloom in the spring and early summer. You can plant English daisies with other cool-season spring garden flowers, such as pansies and tulips.
English daisy produces short-statured rosettes of spatula-shaped leaves ranging from 1 to 2.5 inches in length. Leaves are rounded at the top and often have slightly serrated margins. Flowers of English daisy are 1 to 1.5 inches in diameter with many white petals encircling a central cluster of yellow disk florets.
Health Benefits of daisies They’re used for loss of appetite, digestive problems, painful menstruation and other inflammations. A tincture made from the herb may be used as a natural treatment for atopic dermatitis, gout, and chronic rheumatic conditions and can also be topically used on small wounds and scratches.