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Thursday 18 April 2013


The daisy is a cheerful-looking flower that's been a mainstay in gardens and fields for hundreds of years. The origin of the word "daisy" lies in the Anglo-Saxon "daes eage," meaning "day's eye," because the daisy blossom opens to greet each new day at the rising of the sun. The daisy petals are arranged with central disk florets surrounded by ray florets in an inflorescence known as a capitulum. Ten percent of all flowering plants on earth are types of daisy. All daisies belong to the Asteraceae family of flowering plants

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  1. Beutiful flowers! Like the raindrops!

  2. The daisies look so fresh and beautiful with those raindrops!

  3. I called my 'flower of the sun'.

  4. Thanks for all the fascinating info. I didn't know any of that.
    Thanks too for the lovely photo, and the great meme.

  5. Wonderful daisies together with the waterdrops. Amazing !

  6. I love daisies. The water drops are lovely on these.

  7. Hello,
    love daysies and the combi with raindrops is very pretty!
    Wish you a nice weekend (without rain!!!) :-)

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  8. I'm not a great fan of yellow flowers, but these daisies are truly lovely.