Ox-eye Daisy #1051154

Ox-eye daisy
Leucanthemum spp.

A tree branch is blocking the sunlight. What will you do?
Do nothing, bend it over or run away.
There are no known parents.

The oxeye daisy is a widespread flowering plant native to Europe. It became an introduced species via gardens into natural areas in parts of the United States, Australia, and New Zealand. In some habitats it is an invasive species forming dense colonies displacing native plants. It blooms from late spring to autumn. The scientific name is from Ancient Greek and means white flower.

Current location
This plant is in TinaLi's Greenhouse.

Finally full grown.

It began to sprout.

Taken by TinaLi.