Ox Eye Daisy| South Dakota Department of Agriculture

Ox Eye Daisy

(Leucanthemum vulgare)

Roots: creeping rhizomatous rootstock

Stems: mostly unbranched

Leaves: basal and middle leaves are obovate to spoon-shaped and serrate to dentate. The upper leaves are shorter, sessile, and borne along the stem

Flowers: consist of about 20 white ray florets that surround a yellow disc

Origin: Eurasia