English  Daisy

Also known as the common daisy or lawn daisy, the English daisy usually blooms between April and June and comes in a variety of colors

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With large pink, orange, red, or yellow petals, the African daisy  enjoys lots of sunlight and doesn't require much water.

African Daisy

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Also known as black-eyed Susans, gloriosa daisies can easily be grown from seeds in your garden. They attract bees and butterflies 

Gloriosa Daisy

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A South African native, the blue marguerite daisy is known for its sky blue petals and bright yellow center and grows best in mild summer temperatures.

Blue Marguerite Daisy

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Shasta Daisy

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The shasta daisy is a low-maintenance perennial plant that looks like the common daisy but grows in bushes that span about 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide.

Poppy flowers have extremely delicate petals, making it easy to spot a faux, but this one would fool almost anyone.

Cream Silk Flower Poppy

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Rich in pollen and known to attract bees, the cape daisy comes in colors like purple, yellow, and white and sprouts in bushes that can grow up to 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide.

Cape Daisy

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Blooming from summer through early fall, the Indian chrysanthemum daisy grows up to 24 inches tall, and its foliage can be used to make healing teas.

Indian Chrysanthemum Daisy

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Artficial Spring Cherry Blossoms

Cherry blossoms are flower that can stand beautifully in an arrangement on their own. Grab a few branches and place them in a pitcher for an arrangement that's simple.

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With more than 40 varieties of gerbera daisies, this perennial plant comes in a rainbow of colors like red, orange, pink, and yellow and can easily be grown from seeds.

Gerbera Daisy

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