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by Gurcharan Singh, D S Rawat (Id by Gurcharan Singh), Nidhan Singh & Narendra Joshi (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more photos & complete details, click
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Common Daisy, Lawn Daisy, English daisy;
 
It is a native of Western Europe and Asia Minor.
 
Small white/ red/pink flower heads are produced in large number in this species;
 
Different single and double cultivars are grown in gardens in temperate climate in spring and early summer, in winter in tropics;   
 



 

 

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Two common flowers in Norway: An English Daisy common in Norway and now naturalised in India.
So is this Dandelion; I found them growing everywhere.


Yes, daisy (G nsebl mchen) and dandelion (L wenzahn).
Indeed, dandelion grows everywhere in medows, lawans, parks and on barren land.
This year I had too much of these flowers in my lawn and made delicious jelly of the flowers.


yes .. and .., very common in Kashmir in meadows and gardens with less mowing
English daisy: Bellis perennis
Dandelion: Taraxacum officinale


 

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Flower ID Request (5-6-2011): I captured this pic of a flower in Gangtok, Sikkim and I am not able to
identify it. Please let me know what it could be…


I have attached another crop of the image. From what I remember, it was a potted plant, so it was not a wild plant. It had grown to about two feet from the base of the pot. From what I can make out in this crop, there were no leaves on the stems, but there seem to be some leaves at the base. So I guess it has basal leaves. I am afraid they are not discernible in the photograph I have.

Bellis perennis L. is a popular winter or spring annual ornamental herb. Known as “English Daisy” or “Common Daisyit is a native of Western Europe and Asia Minor. Small white/ red/pink flower heads are produced in large number in this species.
Here photographed in Pantnagar in March 2011.


Nice photographs …


 

 

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This small ornamental was found growing in one flower lane of a garden in Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra… Bellis perennis..


 

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The common English Daisy, growing wild in lawns and meadows in Kashmir.  
Different single and double cultivars are grown in gardens in temperate climate in spring and early summer, in winter in tropics.
Photographed from Delhi and Kashmir


Splendid views, thanks for sharing sir..


 

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ASTERACEAE Fortnight Part-I Radiate Heads May 1-14: Unidentified species from Uttarakhand_DSR_34 : Attachments (3). 3 posts by 2 authors.

This plant was shot at Nainital in summer, growing in golf ground. It is a small herb (upto 15cm) with leaves in basal rosette. Not able to identify as it should be an exotic running wild in the area.
Kindly identify/ suggest identity.


Should be Bellis perennis

Hope head is scapigerous.


Thank you sir.


  

 

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Tiny Daisies growing all over the lawn in Pahalgam, Kashmir.

Picture taken on 7/9/2011.


Thanks … for this beauty…mine still awaits approval..


Thanks … It was difficult to capture these tiny flowers although they were so common.


 

 

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Asteraceae Week (Part I – Radiate heads): Asteraceae from Shimla :  Attachments (4). 3 posts by 3 authors. 
An Asteraceae from Shimla


Looked like Bellis perennis to me..


 

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Asteraceae Fortnight Part 3-Ligulate heads (plus misc.): 110713 ARK-03 : Bellis perennis from Chicago, USA – May 2013 :  Attachments (4). 3 posts by 2 authors.

Attached are pictures of Bellis perennis captured at Chicago, USA in May 2013


 

 

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Requesting ID of the attached flowers captured in San Francisco, USA in May 2013.


Bellis perennis


    

 

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Wild plant for ID-32-PC-25.08.2015 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)   
please identify this wild plant. It was growing on a slop of a busy road of Warsaw.


May be an escape..because looks like Bellis perennis !!


  

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Plant for ID :: Zurich, CH :: EU-ARKOCT24 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)

Please ID this Asteraceae member growing wild near Zurich, CH. This was clicked in April 2016.


Looks like Common Daisy/ Bellis perennis


Bellis & Taraxacum


 

 
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