The common sayings we have about daisies reflect the its brief, temporal nature. One can be ‘as fresh as a daisy’ or ‘pushing up daisies’. It is said that the origin of the word daisy in English is derived from ‘day’s’ and ‘eye’ to describe the flower’s opening up at the beginning of the day. Native to north and central Europe, daisies belong to the Asteraceae family of plants. They symbolize purity, innocence and new beginnings. Daisies can be used to make daisy chains, not uncommonly seen on the head of a child in summertime.
Take a look at our gallery and enjoy the beauty of daisies!