Common Name: Oxeye Daisy
Latin Name: Leucanthemum vulgare
Ultimate Height: 1 Meter
Flower Colour: White and Yellow
Soil: Clay, Loam, Sand, Chalk, Acid, Alkaline, Neutral PH
History, uses and notes:
Oxeye Daisy is the proud, largest member of our native daisies in the UK. It's broad white petals and distinctive yellow disc foret are attractive to children as well as our pollinating friends.
In Somerset, the Oxeye daisy is sometimes connected with the Thunder God and called Dun Daisy. Historically used to treat ailments, ranging from whooping cough to nervous dispositions.
Flowering from May to September, Oxeye Daisy will certainly help bring #bringthebeesback