Wild Daisy at Cowan Lake

debbiedoda

Cincinnati, United States

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Cowan Lake, Ohio 473 views as of 7-14-2012
Clinton County

The little bug is trying to hide.
Ox-eye Daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare)
Aster Family (Asteracae)
This solitary white daisy is about 1-2" wide with 13-20 white rays.center is yellow. Green leaves alternate and are bluntly toothed.
This was a perennial, formally known as Chrysanthemum leucanthemum, also known as Marguerite Daisy. Known as the flower that was in the drama, Faust, and the song, He loves me…he loves me not.
The Ox-eye Daisy is commonly found in fields. This one was found in a grassy field near Cowan Lake in Clinton County, Ohio. They are also found in roadsides and among other disturbed areas.
It is the state flower of North Carolina. It was introduced from Europe.
It is found throughout the state of Ohio, blooming from May-October.
Info found in the book, WILDFLOWERS OF OHIO, SECOND EDITION, BY ROBERT L. HENN.

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