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Daisy: A small grassland plant that has flowers with a yellow disk and white rays, stemming from the Old English word dægeseage, meaning “day’s eye.”

Filling meadows from the first hopeful days of spring all the way into the earliest days of fall, wild daisies are a lesson in new beginnings. As one of the first spring flowers to appear after winter’s long frost, their delicate white petals and sunny yellow centers are the backdrop of our everyday wanderings, finding home creekside, between brick and stone, and in wildflower fields: a reminder of the beauty in simplicity. Although tenacious through the trials and triumphs of the seasons, they have the tendency to droop when they go uncared for: a remi