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Oxeye Daisy

Chrysanthemum leucanthemum

oxeye daisyBecca MacDonald, Sault College, Bugwood.org   Oxeye daisy is a native of Eurasia. It is an erect, rhizomatous perennial plant with white ray and yellow disk flowers, which bloom from June through August. Oxeye daisy is commonly sold in wildflower seed mixes or transplanted as an ornamental, despite its tendency to crowd out more desirable vegetation. It is rapidly spreading throughout Garfield County, especially along Main Elk Creek, East Elk Creek, Canyon Creek, Crystal Springs, Missouri Heights and Four Mile Creek.

 

 
 
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