|Daisy (Bellis perennis)|
Bellis is a genus of 15 species of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae, native to Europe, the Mediterranean and northern Africa. One species has been introduced into North America and others into other parts of the world. The genus includes the familiar common daisy Bellis perennis.
Bellis species are mostly perennials, and grow from 5–20 cm (2–8 in) tall. They have simple erect stems, and most species have basal leaves. They have radiate flower heads that are produced one per stem.
- Bellis annua (Annual Daisy)
- Bellis azorica (Azores Daisy)
- Bellis bernardii (Corsican Daisy)
- Bellis caerulescens
- Bellis hyrcanica
- Bellis longifolia
- Bellis microcephala
- Bellis perennis (Daisy, Common Daisy, English daisy, or Lawn Daisy)
- Bellis rotundifolia (Spanish Daisy)
- Bellis sylvestris (Southern Daisy)
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