What is the scientific name for a daisy?


This actually depends on the type of daisy. An African Daisy is Arctotis hybrids, an English Daisy is Bellis perennis, a Gerber Daisy is Gerbera jamesonii. You can find more info at: www.ces.ncsu.edu
Q&A Related to "What is the scientific name for a daisy?"
If you want the scientific name of the Common Daisy, that's Bellis perennis. The family is called Asteraceae.
Arctotis hybrids, Daisy, African.
If you are referrring to Shasta diasies, they name has been soooo confused lately in the hort world. It was Chrysanthemum maximum, then Leucanthemum chrysanthemum, then Dendranthemum
The scientific name Rhododendron describes the genus of the plant. Azaleas comprise a group of species within this Rhododendron genus name. The Rhododendron genus has almost 600 different
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