ox-eye daisy


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Related to ox-eye daisy: shasta daisy, wild mustard
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ox-eye daisy

[ˌɒksaɪˈdeɪzɪ] Nmargarita f
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20 ox-eye daisy flower heads, one cup of plain flour, a pinch of bicarbonate of soda, a few tablespoons of ice-cold fizzy water or ginger beer (amount varies depending on consistency) Mix the dry ingredients and slowly whisk in the liquid until you get a mustard-like consistency - you may not need all of the liquid.
Plant wildflowers such as ox-eye daisy and red campion, pictured right, which attract caterpillars - a great source of grub.
h Plant wildflowers such as ox-eye daisy and red campion, pictured right, ws which attract caterpillars - a great source of grub.
Plant wildflowers such as ox-eye daisy and red campion, which attract caterpillars - a great source of grub.
In summer flowers like ox-eye daisy take over and the meadow is alive with insects, butterflies and skylarks.
Meadows abound with sainfoin, yellow rattles, rampions, orchids, campions, clovers, pink Bistort, Viper's Bugloss, Ox-eye Daisy, bellflowers and even Orange lilies.
Next to them sat some dark-green stalks of ox-eye daisy, a common weed.
The wild flower meadows are dotted with red clover, ox-eye daisy and buttery yellow bird's-foot trefoil.
A nice buddleia will attract butterflies and bees, or an ox-eye daisy is good.