- Bellis perennis
Probably the commonest wild flower we have! Daisies can actually be found in flower in every month of the year, and the flowers are very beautiful close up. Botanically speaking, the "flower" is in fact a collection or composite of numerous individual flowers, each with its own anthers and stigma; those in the centre of the flower-head are known as "disk florets", and those round the edge bearing the white petals "ray florets". The Daisy family or Compositae is the largest family of flowering plants.