Botanical name: Asteraceae
Botanical name: Asteraceae
Species of Daisy
Psychrophyton is a genus of New Zealand plants in the pussy's-toes tribe within the daisy family. These compact growths form large amorphous cushion-like masses with only the growing tips visible. They are slow spreading plants with silver-gray, almost moss-like, foliage. The height is 5 cm. The width is spreads to around 30 cm.
Sphaeromorphaea are annual or perennial herbs or shrubs with alternately arranged leaves. They are distributed in Australia, the Americas, Asia, and Africa.
Sidneya are drought-tolerant plants that are great when used as a ground cover or small ornamental shrub. From summer to fall, they have beautiful yellow daisy-like blooms and their flowers serve as nectar for butterflies and other insects. They thrive in rocky areas.
Mule-ears is a genus of flowering plants in the sunflower family. There is only one recognized species, native to the western United States.
Takhtajaniantha is a genus of flowering plants in the dandelion tribe within the daisy family. It has only one known species. It is widespread across central and southwestern Asia as well as the Dagestan region of southern European Russia.
Strobocalyx is a genus of Asian, African, Pacific Island, and South American plants in the evil tribe within the daisy family.
Chrysocoma is a genus of flowering plants in the daisy family, native to Africa and Australia.
Hyoseris is a genus of flowering plants in the dandelion family. It is native to Europe.
There are hundreds of species of flowering plants in the hawkweeds genus. These plants can be found on all continents except Antarctica. In areas where they have been introduced some species are classed as invasive and can crowd out native species.
Cissampelopsis is a genus of flowering plants in the daisy family, native to India, China, and Southeast Asia.
The bahiopsis genus contains flowering shrubs native to the southwestern parts of the U.S. and Mexico. Some genus members are recognizable by their hairy texture and sticky resin. Some bahiopsis species are ideal for butterfly gardens as bees, butterflies, and other pollinators are very attracted to their blooms.
Roldana is a genus of large herbs or subshrubs from the tribe roldana tribe within the sunflower family. The species which are native to Southwest United States, Mexico and Central America and naturalized elsewhere.
Creeping zinnias are native to mostly to Mexico, with a few species in Central America, South America, and the Southwestern United States.
Coleostephus are flowering plants that are native to the Mediterranean but introduced to other parts of the world. They all bloom with daisy-like flowers and the usual flower color ranges from creamy yellow to yellow and orange-yellow. They produce seeds and complete their life cycle in a single year.
The cape ivy genus contains a single species, Delairea odorata. Cape ivy are vines native to South Africa and introduced to other parts of the world where they have become invasive. However, despite their troublesome nature, cape ivy are commonly grown as ornamentals. These flowering vines produce panicles of yellow flowers.
Ox eye are perennial herbs with alternately arranged leaves. The inflorescence is a solitary flower head atop the stem. The head has very narrow phyllaries, yellow ray florets and yellow disc florets. The fruit is a cypsela usually tipped with a pappus of scales; those growing from the ray florets may lack pappi. There are 2 or 3 species. They are native to Europe.