I Love These Orange Daisies or Asteraceae

I am quite familiar with these  flowers because our neighbor before had a lot of these in her garden. I also had a schoolmate whose name is Daisy. Thats is why this flower is known to me. It belongs to the family of  Asteraceae or Compositae, commonly referred to as daisy, aster or sunflower family. It is said to be one of the most largest flowering plant families in the world.

I planted these flowers in our garden before but it is  not coming back after winter. There are wild ones that I can see in our garden flowering at the moment. Spring time is here and I already see a lot of them.

Daisy roots are usually taproots, and sometimes fibrous. Stems are generally erect, but sometimes prostrate to ascending. Some species have underground stems in the form of caudices or rhizomes, these can be fleshy or woody depending on the species. Daisy roots are usually taproots, and sometimes fibrous. Stems are generally erect, but sometimes prostrate to ascending. Some species have underground stems in the form of caudices or rhizomes, these can be fleshy or woody depending on the species.

 
 

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