No it needs to have seed buds to be pollinated then can reproduce
A weed that often is called the Irish daisy is the dandelion.
Daisy flowers crave full sunlight and need an adequate amount to survive. When planting, pick the area conducive to this requirement. However, avoid an area that might get too hot during summer, as a high temperature will result in a wilting daisy flower. Should this be the case, offer your...
Daisy comes from the Old English dæġes ēaġe meaning "day's eye".
The uses of a daisy in a garden usually relates only to healingpurposes, such as if you have a cold, its leafs can help you feelbetter, or it can be used to treat bleeding. Now, there are someother uses for the daisy, as well, such as it can increase yourapatite. All you have to do is take an...
Daisies are very closely related to chamomiles and both of them areunder the sunflower category. It includes ox-eye daisies,dandelions, artichokes and many more. They look like it has only asingle flower head, but they're actually made out of multipleflowers that cluster around the centre. Their...
Kingdom Plantae - Plants.
Subkingdom Tracheobionta - Vascular plants.
Superdivision Spermatophyta - Seed plants.
Division Magnoliophyta - Flowering plants.
Class Magnoliopsida - Dicotyledons.
Family Asteraceae - Aster family.
Genus Chrysanthemum L. - daisy ....
Take a garden knife and cut your daisy clump into two or more smaller clumps. Dig up the clumps with plenty of roots. Move the smaller clump where you need it in your garden.
It means you're dead and buried, hence "Pushing up Daisies." "Pushing up daisies" is a euphemism for being dead (and buried). It refers to the wild flowers that would sprout in the mound of dirt covering a fresh grave.
Yes; all plants perform photosynthesis.
The name of the daisy flower comes from the medieval English 'daies ie', meaning day's eye. This is because of the similarity of the central portion of the flower to an eye, and the fact that the petals close the 'eye' at night, opening it only in the daylight.
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By cutting the main stem it redistributes some of the nutrients to the other parts of the plant causing healthier growth.
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No, they have roots and stems and vascular tissue
First you will need paper towels or newspaper to soak up the moisture from the daises, copy paper, and two heavy books. 1) Put the 2 sheets of paper towels or newspaper on top of the copy paper. 2) Put the Daises on top3) Put the towels or newspaper on top of the daises and then put the paper on...
It usually takes about several weeks to notice a grown flower but, it takes about a week or so to notice a little sprout in the ground
It is grown as an annual in 99% of the United States. It is grown in Zones 10 and 11 (and might possibly be able to survive in Zone 9b). These zones are found in parts of southern Florida, southern Arizona, southern California and a few areas of southern Nevada.
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you have to be a member to get daisy's and apples there super seeds you buy them at the port **Correction**You pick them.
Daisies Have 63 Petals On Them, At Least Some Varieties Do!
Edible means able to eat therefore you cannot eat a daisy
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they need a neutral type of soil
It is native to Europe and the temperate regions of Asia.
Various websites show the traditional meaning of daisies as signifying purity or innocence. Daisies are durable - survivor's. Trammel them one season and they come right back the next. They are 'adaptable' . According to a Native American friend, daisy is also slang for 'excellence'. A site giving...
Aphids are the biggest insect pest of daisies. Ladybugs and praying mantis will take care of the aphids and leave your daisies alone. Powery mildew and grey mold are also problems for daisies. You need fungacide to kill them.
the adapations of a daisy are that they grow close to the ground so they are not that badely affected by mowin and their white petals help the to produce pollen so they can attract lots of insects.I hope this helps you if it doesnt then i am sorry, if you do have a better answer than I, then please...
The common daisy's botanical name is Bellis perennis.
if they wont get planty of sunlight they wont bloom
well i may think that daisies are beutiful but someone else might think they are the ugliest flower ever. someone or something that is beutiful is an opion.
osteospermum- especially neat because the flower pretty much always has a purple eye and the flowers will close up when its raining or a cloudy day or evening swanee river daisy brachycomb gerbera daisy purple and white cone flower there are just a few..
yes, it is part of the daisy family.
Yes, you can. Divide them when they are dormant or in early mid autumn. Replant about 1 foot apart.
Daises can be any color, but are usually white
I don't know for sure, but there was a song, written in 1912 or so, called Always Take a Girl named Daisy, with lyrics along the lines of: "Handsome, handsome, handsome Harry Thomas, He was sued, yes, sued for Breach of Promise He took Mary walking in the dell, and said, "Now you don't have...
Flies like flowers because the colour and pollen smell attracts it to fly to them.
Yes, they thrive on it! You can cut them back quite hard, by at least half.
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I think a daisy is a flower that attracts animals with its colour. Its pollen gives animals energy. I hope this helped!
You could. They taste kind of bitter though. It's the petals that are edible, and they go better with something else rather than alone.
cut the dead flower stem back as close to the plant as you can
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Do not give it any darkness it will get brown
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Its a flower like all of the many flowers our Father created. Daisy has no biblical meaning it simply provides a seed or nut which can be used for food. Christians are not supposed to bow themselves down to flowers, in worship. Therefore Daisy's have no spiritual meaning to Hebrews/Christians.
Daisies do have a slight odor, but it is not considered pleasant by most people.
They white flowers with yellow centers
symbolize: Innocence; Loyal Love; I'll Never Tell; Purity background: It is an astringent used as in a warm infusion as a wash for sores and swellings. The Ojibwa used it as a poultice for snake bites and to make an infusion for treating colds and worms in children. The plant is diuretic and was...
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Daisies are vascular because of the xylem and phloem
the middle of a Daisy is called capitulum
A daisy can be grafted because if you put it in shaded various shaded in between
Like most other plants, their leaves do most of the photosynthesis.
There are multiple kinds of Daisies, they include but are not limited to: Common Daisy: Bellis perennis Ox-Eye Daisy: Leucanthemum vulgare Shasta Daisy: L. x superbum Moroccon Daisy: Rhodanthemum hosmariense Garland Chrysanthemum: Chrysnthemum coronarium Tricolor Daisy:...
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cos they like them and their colourful and pretty
Leucanthemum x superbum 'Becky'
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The common daisy is white with a yellow center.
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in a garden where there is plenty of sun for it to grow
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Daisies like any type of climate. They can adapt to whatever climate they're in. Daisies are also very srong flowers in winter.
The term 'daisy' is any of numerous composite plants having flower heads with well-developed ray flowers usually arranged in a single whorl.
It is a widespread plant native to Europe and the temperate regions of Asia and an introduced plant into North America, Australia and New Zealand
daisies arent very particular about the climate they live in. they can adapt to whatever the climate is, and are very strong flowers during the winter. they tend to bloom each winter and summer, and can live in very harsh conditions. Daisies are a very faithful flower!!!
Many flowering plants that grow in a lawn keep their leaves close to the ground to avoid being mowed or grazed. The daisy may raise their flowers high enough to be cut off when the lawn is next mowed, but the roots and the main plant will be low enough to survive the whirling mower blades...
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springDaisys bloom in late spring through the summer months until early fall. As long as they have sunlight and adequate water, they will bloom most of the summer.