daisylike

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Adj.1.daisylike - resembling a daisy
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Anemone Blanda Mixed Our mixture of Anemone Blanda produces cheerful, daisylike flowers in bright shades of blue, pink and white.
Their research means the daisylike plant called feverfew could be used to develop a new prescription drug in the fight against cancer.
The yellow or gold, daisylike flowers of our native ox-eye sunflowers (Heliopsis helianthoides) shine for weeks on end, lighting up gardens and prairies June through September.
Don't forget annuals: So, here you'll have masses of choice, from tall cosmos, which produce showy daisylike flowers throughout summer and into September, to pelargoniums, zinnias and verbenas.
The sunny orange and yellow daisylike flowers of pot marigolds or calendula, which are known as poor man's saffron, can also be used for colouring and adding a warm, aromatic flavour to food.
Hailing from Mexico, they have floaty ferny foliage and tonnes of cheerful daisylike pink and white flowers.
It grows up to 6 feet tall and boasts bright yellow, daisylike flowers from midsummer into fall.
Feverfew: Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) is a small, daisylike flower (Goodyear-Smith 2010).
Long-blooming daisylike flowers top straight stems with dark green foliage, making them a favorite for bouquets.
They are members of the Aster family and have daisylike flowers in shades of yellow, orange, russet and mahogany, with a black 'cone' in the centre which is valued by finches and other small birds when the seed heads ripen.
A native of Europe, the weed is known for its daisylike, entirely yellow flowers, its ragged and ruffled leaves, and its toxicity.