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How tall do daisies grow?

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Daisies typically grow 1 to 3 feet tall. Most are perennials, meaning that they grow back every year. The most popular varieties of daisies are the Shasta daisy, the painted daisy and the African daisy, states The North American Farmer.

The daisy is a flowering plant belonging to the family Asteraceae. There are approximately 4000 species of daisies. They are found on every continent, excluding Antarctica. Daisies can live in both wet and dry climates, and they are resistant to pesticides and insects. Daisies have green leaves that are divided into many lobes. They have a large flower made up of many small flowers; the color of the flower depends on the species of daisy.


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