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The common daisy is a herbaceous plant of the genus Bellis perennis and is native to the Americas. Questions in this category are all about daisies, including propagation, planting, maintenance, trouble shooting, harvesting, and enjoyment, as well as their regions, growing conditions,light requirements, and more.
DAISES! daises bloom for appoximately for 1 week Answer Perennial daisies bloom over a period of about 8 weeks in a warm temperate climate and sometimes longer.There are so many types that it is difficult to say. Some can bloom almost all year while others are annuals flowering in spring o…
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the word for daisy is ....daes eage..it means days eye...because the daisy opens up at dawn when the day begins .
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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 …
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Yes, you can. Divide them when they are dormant or in early mid autumn. Replant about 1 foot apart.
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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 to tell"…
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a flower and love and a puppy of the Hensley's
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She is 5ft 8in tall.
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Filmové Studio Barrandov; the 2009 re-release may have additional rightsholders as well.
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The term 'daisy' is any of numerous composite plants having flower heads with well-developed ray flowers usually arranged in a single whorl.
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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.
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In a recent investigation of 124 daisies (British uncultivated garden daisies - Bella perennis) by the students of St Richard's School, Herefordshire, the average was 42, with a standard deviation of 6, so most daisies have between 30 and 54 petals. Daisies and I believe all plants have petals, be…
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Dividing Shasta'sThis is usually done in the winter or early spring. The plants should be allowed to die down naturally in the autumn. Once this happens, you can dig them up and separate them into smaller clumps either by pulling them apart or cutting with a spade.
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Family: Astra's. Form: Herb Origin: Native from Mexico to Argentina. Flowers/Spearhead: Flowers: Flower heads solitary in leaf Axel's, on stalks 3-14 cm long. Flower heads with 4-14 petal like ray florets with strap like part 6-15 mm long and with 5 small lobes at the apex; inner (disc) florets tubu…
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There are over 20,000 species of the Daisy Family (Asteraceae). Please see related link below.
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daisies grow mainly in the spring but they also grow in the summer. Daisies grow mainly in hay fields or open plains. They can ,and do, grow everywhere. Which may make daisies are the ultimate plant in the USA!
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Tulips can mean a variety of things. They are sacred to Mars (Men) not Venus (Women). They normally mean a "declaration of love", not love itself, though. Red tulips mean love and fame. Multi-colored tulips are supposed to represent people with beautiful eyes, and therefore beautiful souls. (The eye…
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Daisys eat lots of different animals. I dont no what thought.
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daisyis Nonvascular.
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it dosent have roots, stems, or leaves so it NOT a vascular plant. YOUR WELCOME
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grass is vascular. it has specialized vascular tissues that transport water (xylem) and nutrients and minerals (phloem).
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cows
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Yes , Daisy Is In Super Smash Bros Brawl :)
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there are 749 seeds on a daisy.
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yes
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They bloom in Spring and sometimes in Fall and stay up almost all year round (:
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Yes sandy soil is very good for daisies as long as they are fertilized and watered properly I recommend osmotic slow release fertilizer and they should do well.
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There are no daisies except the Death Dasies. If you mean that, you cannot get those until a Sim on your game dies. When they die, go to their tombstone and select the Mourn option. After your living Sim has mourned for the dead, the Death Daisies will appear on the grave.
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The Daisy(flower/plant) can live anywhere from 3 to 10 years.
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There are a large and variety of flowers within the daisy family. Most daisies are annual or can grow year-round with a long lifespan.
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I'm pretty sure they are yellow...
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Daisy comes from the Old English dæġes ēaġe meaning "day's eye".
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The uses of a daisy in a garden usually relates only to healing purposes, such as if you have a cold, its leafs can help you feel better, or it can be used to treat bleeding. Now, there are some other uses for the daisy, as well, such as it can increase your apatite. All you have to do is take an un…
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The meaning of pink daisies is said to be a sign that you will never forget someone. This is a good farewell gift to a person with whom you share precious memories.
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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.
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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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No, they have roots and stems and vascular tissue
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The daisy is native to western, central and northern Europe, but widely naturalised in most temperate regions including the Americas and Oceania
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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
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Grass is considered a vascular plant. The evolution of vascular tissue in plants allowed for greater plant complexity and size. Plants no longer had to rely on diffusion alone from their environments, they could tap into water resources far below ground and transport it across all tissues. This res…
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daisies mean be my friend. :)
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sorry someone wrote police suck and i removed it
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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.
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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..
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About 3-5 feet.
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Daisies do have a slight odor, but it is not considered pleasant by most people.
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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 use…
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water, sunlight, and air.
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Daisies are vascular because of the xylem and phloem
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Of course they do!
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the amount of petals on an average daisy
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The Latin name for the English daisy is Bellis perennis.
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Daisy is a popular girl's nameDaisies are commonly pictures as white, but they come in many colorsThey are in the same floral family as asters and sunflowersDaisies may have been around for about 49 million years
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i am daisy sosa and am 10 i was my b-day is on sep 13
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Grass is a vascular plant because it has vascular tissue that carries food, water, and nutrients, it has a true root system, and it's made of long, tube-like cells. I hope this helped a lot :)
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in a garden where there is plenty of sun for it to grow
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Daisies are able to reproduce by sexual reproduction and asexual reproduction. They can also be pollinated by insects and animals.
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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.
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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!!!
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any herbivor will eat daisys
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Daisies are dicots because they have Taproot roots and the veins on their leaves are branched/clustered, monocots plants have paralell veins on the leaves.
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Kindgom: PlantaeDivision (used for plants instead of Phylum): MagnoliophytaClass: MagnoliopsidaOrder: Asterales Family: Asteraceae Genus: Osteospermum species: Grandidentatum
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The plural for daisy is daisies.
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in a garden
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The daisies belong to the Asteraceae family, which consists of over 20,000 different species. Plants such as artichokes, endive, a variety of lettuces and sunflowers belong to this family, as well, however presuming the question refers to the flower, I assemble a list of the flowers, albeit not a c…
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you offon find daisys in the grass, fileds or woods
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It grows low to the ground so it is not affected by mowing White petals surrounding the central anthers (producing pollen) to attract insectsFlowers grow taller than surrounding plants to attract insectsIt has shallow roots so it is susceptible to drought, often found in moist soils.
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I dont even knoSheep, rabbits, in the UK, sometimes deer, depending on what has already grazed there.For the rest of the world, marmots, ground squirrels, hamsters, etc,etc.
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Bellis perennis
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Actually, Asteracaea or Compositae (the Daisy, Aster, and Sunflower family) comprise of the largest family of vascular plants. Vascular plants are different from non-vascular plants in that they have stems, which allows them to circulate resources through-out the plant itself. See related link:
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dasies are actually nonvascular
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wow. I can't believe it. you managed to make such a vague question that not even a genius could answer that question. what do u mean INTERESTING? I could tell you about gardening. or soil usage. or whatever. no normal human being could answer that question My Answer to the above is:Most commonly, a …
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All flowering plants bear seed
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No they are not producers they are just regularly plants.
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You can find daisy flowers on mountain sides
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the mosst popular colors of the daisies is yellow.
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daisies are used for home decoration and they are usually called march flower. With its diureting effects daisy tea can help against swollen feet. Externally used the Daisy can help against rashes and wounds.
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Every were check what months in you state!
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i dont know because i asked the question
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Yes, they do.
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at least part of the day they need direct sun light
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See the related weblinks below for some pages that will give you facts on daisies.
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The ox-eye is a type of daisy. It is a perennial wildflower.
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Asteriscus maritimus
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Yes they can.
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Daisies are not poisonous. It has been said that the English daisy even has a tangy taste.
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Yes, it is possible to eat a daisy. The English daisy is described as tasting tangy.
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The daisy is a flowering plant, and all plants belong to the taxonomic domain of Eukarya. Eukarya covers all organisms in the Kingdom Plantae, as well as the Kingdoms Animalia, Fungi and Protista.
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Apparently it can be depending on who you may ask from 21 to 20000!
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