Ox-eyed Daisy

29 04 2009

I photographed this lovely raindrop-covered ‘May Queen’ Ox-eyed Daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) at the Huntsville Botanical Garden last week. Ox-eyed Daisies, also known as Marguerite Daisies, are short, bushy perennials. Prolific reseeders, these hardy plants can grow in full sun or partial shade.

© Cindy Dyer. All rights reserved.

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30 04 2009
giiid

Gosh, it is beautiful! So clear, and clean, I love to see things that close. Do you know about the “Fibonacchi” numbers in relation to the plants? I find it very interesting. At this photo, the system is very clear to see.
http://www.popmath.org.uk/rpamaths/rpampages/sunflower.html

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