Bellis perennis

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Synonyms for Bellis perennis

low-growing Eurasian plant with yellow central disc flowers and pinkish-white outer ray flowers

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OTHERWISE known as bellis perennis, bedding daisies come with single blooms and a bright yellow eye or pompon double flowers in pink or white.
Some of the natural alternatives include Bellis Perennis Flower Extract (Daisy Flower), L-Arbutin, Kojic Acid, Azelaic Acid, and Licorice Root Extract.
If, like me, you do not weed kill your lawn, you may have a nice collection of common daisies, Bellis perennis - the flowers and the young foliage can be used in salads and these might help to cure coughs and mucus.
I hold such, cherished, childhood memories of making daisy chains from the captivating daisies Bellis perennis growing through the lawn.
By contrast, Bellis perennis, or English lawn daisy, is edible, he said as he led the group toward the forest.
Reds and pinks can be found in pyrethrums, gerbera hybrids and the charming little English daisies, bellis perennis.
Millions of pansies, bellis perennis, primulas and polyanthus, along with buckets of tulips and daffodil bulbs, will be bedded in for winter before they wake with a flourish and provide our beloved and traditional display of colour early next year.
A BELLIS Perennis 12x can be taken following delivery together with one daily dose of arnica 30c to help heal tissue damage.
AANISE hyssop, Bellis perennis daisies, borage, chive flowers, daylilies, French marigolds, Tagetes Gem series, nasturtiums, pansies, pot marigold and pansies can all be eaten.