|The bright, button-like daisy flowers are often seen in lawns and are used by children for daisy chains. Blooms in pink, white or red to about 6 inches high. Excellent for edging and flower borders, as companion plants with spring bulbs or in containers and rock gardens. Although perennial, plants are usually grown as annuals or biennials. Foliage is low and small leaves are often hairy. Many varieties, including double-flowered types, are available. Can be invasive and often self sow and naturalize. Thrive with plenty of moisture. Need partial shade in hot areas. Sow seed in early fall or spring or buy in containers.
The classic English Daisy is single-flowered, but most of the varieties have double or semi-double flowers.
Attributes - Bellis perennis
Plant Type: Annual
Bloom Season: Early Spring through Early Summer
Flower Color: Pink, Red, White
Height: 4 in. to 6 in.
Width: 6 in.
Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Sun
Notes: Thrives in Wet Soil. Container Plants.