What Is the Center of a Daisy Called?

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The centre part of a Daisy flower is called capitulum. Daisy is a sun like flower with a mixture of two flowers known as disk and white ray florets. The disk florets are located at the centre and the arrangement of the inflorescence makes up the capitulum.
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The part that you are referring to is The Disc.
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the middle of a Daisy is called capitulum.
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