Flora of Northern Ireland
  • Bellis perennis L. - Daisy
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Bellis perennis
© Paul Hackney
Bellis perennis
© Paul Hackney
Bellis perennis
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An extremely common and very familiar little plant with a rosette of leaves pressed against the soil surface and a single flower-head carried on a stalk about two or three inches high.

It grows in short turf in a wide variety of situtations including lawns, golf-courses, playing-fields, pastures and roadside banks, or as a weed of arable fields and garden borders.

All names: Bellis perennis L.