{floral friday #51}

Welcome to this week's {floral friday}!
Even though I've already covered one beautiful type of daisy flower during my floral fridays, I decided to share this one as well. It's an English Daisy and it was given to me by my mom yesterday as a little "thank you" for helping her paint in my brother's old room (be prepared for a paint post soon! Hehe).

I love how tightly packed the petals are on this type of daisy. Well, and of course I love the color!

A few facts about the English Daisy:

  • English Daisy flowers are found around the world, but are native to North and Central Europe.
  • It is thought that the name “Daisy” is a corruption of “day’s eye”, because the whole flower head closes at night and opens in the morning. {source}
  • The English daisy is commonly known to botanists by its scientific name Bellis perennis.
  • The English Daisy comes in a great variety of colors. Anywhere from maroon to yellow and white, pink and even ruby.

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  1. Hi Vanessa, here we meet again in cyberspace:) Thank you for sharing your lovely bellis perennis pictures!!
    – Cheers Gisela.

  2. Hi Vanessa, here we meet again in cyberspace:) Thank you for sharing your lovely bellis perennis pictures!!
    – Cheers Gisela.

  3. Lovely close ups:) The pink pops from the screen!

  4. I love English Daisies – especially the little ones, but have a hard time keeping them alive. I’ve tried to grow them a number of times, good thing they’re easy to grow from seed. Enjoy yours!

  5. na, mein tausendschönchen ;-) die bellies hast du fotografisch gelungen in szene gesetzt!
    küsschen mama

  6. very very pretty.

  7. That is beautiful. I don’t know that I have ever seen those around here. xo Diana

  8. thanks for your beautiful daisies :)

  9. I don’t think I have every seen one of these, but what a wonderful little flower!

  10. I’ve never seen one either and it just could not be sweeter – a little pompom the color of pink bubble gum! So cheerful and pretty!

  11. Gorgeous as ever Vanessa!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  12. Beeeeautiful. Thanks, as always, for linking up :)


  13. Nice shots! I love English daisies. They’re naturalized here and grow wherever one finds an expanse of lawn. Their cheerful faces say springtime to me.

  14. Those pictures are amazing! Thanks so much for sharing at Beautify It Monday – We hope you’ll come back next week!

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  16. This is such a beautiful daisy! It looks like a perfect spiky puff! :)

  17. Hi Vanessa, I love using the English Daisies in my miniature gardens. They are so delicate and they have such a beautiful flower. Thanks for sharing on Simple & Sweet Fridays.


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