You may be confused by the many types of daisy flowers, but don't despair! There are thousands of species in the daisy family and plant breeders have created a hundreds of hybrids. Finding the right daisy for your landscape is more about what you're looking for than what's available.
Types Of Daisy Flowers For Your Garden
Although there are many species in the family Asteraceae (including asters, daisies and sunflowers), all have the familiar daisy flower shape-a disk-shaped center (called a floret) and long, narrow petals that form a circular star shape. Here are some of the best the daisy family has to offer for your garden:
Now I am sure you are asking, "Why would I want to know about Joe Pye Weeds" Well, it is a wild flower that is also known as a 'Trumpet weed' or 'Queen of the Meadow'. It is North American native perennial herb from southern Canada to Florida and from there west to Texas.