Ox-Eye Daisy – Chrysanthemum leucanthemum
The Ox-Eye Daisy is often planted as a garden flower but remains a typical meadow flower, growing in a variety of plant communities such as dry fields and meadows, but also under scrubs, open-canopy forests, and waste places. It thrives in a wide range of conditions and prefers heavy and damp soils.
Zones: 3 through 8
Height: Up to 3 ft.
Flower Color: White with Yellow Ctr.
Plant Type: Biennial
Light Requirement: Sun to Light Shade
Bloom Time: Early - Mid Season
Seeds per Packet: 100+
Seeds per Pound: 412,000
Is this wildflower invasive: In some states
Is this wildflower endangered: No
Is this wildflower edible: NO
Is this wildflower medicinal: No