Top 10 Types of Daisy Flowers

 Blue-Eyed African Daisy:The blue-eyed African daisy (Arctotis venusta) is a South African ornamental plant that got naturalized in Australia, South America, and some parts throughout the United States. 

 Ox-Eye Daisy:The ox-eye daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare) has many common names, including “dog daisy,” “common marguerite,” and “moon daisy.”

African Daisy:is a genus of flowering species and looks similar to the common daisy with its disk-like shape center and rosette petals. 

Golden Marguerite Daisy:The golden marguerite daisy’s binomial name is Cota tinctoria. However, the horticulture industry still refers to it by its synonym, Anthemis tinctoria.

Gerbera Daisy:The gerbera daisy (Gerbera jamesonii) is a type of daisy flower endemic to the Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces in South Africa and Eswatini, formally known as Swaziland in Southern Africa.

Black-Eyed Susan Daisy:Black-eyed Susan has thick stems that stand straight up with flowers in various shades of mahogany and gold with a dark brown center. 

 Painted Daisy:Painted daisies come in a variety of colors, including crimson, pink, white, and purple. The 3-inch flowers have the same round shape as the common daisy with a round golden center.

English Daisy:The English daisy is a herbaceous perennial plant that blooms from March to September. They have a beautiful disk-like center and a rosette of spoon-shaped white petals.

Last Chance Townsend Daisy:The Last Chance Townsend daisy (Townsendia aprica) is endemic to Utah and a threatened species in the United States. Threats to this rare daisy species include oil and gas production, road construction, and grazing by livestock.

Desert Star:The desert star (Monoptilon bellioides) is native to the Mojave Desert in California and Sonoran Deserts. They grow in deserts and can survive with little rain.

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