With little here to do or see
Of things that in the great world be,
Sweet Daisy! oft I talk to thee,
For thou art worthy
From "To the Daisy" by William Wordsworth
Surely everyone finds this prolific wildflower as charming as I do, except perhaps for dairy farmers, because it can cause an undesirable flavor in milk if eaten by the cows.
It is valued by wildlife, with all above-ground parts eaten by turkey, and the seeds eaten by various other birds. Deer feed upon the plants as well.
This delightful wildflower is plentiful on my farm. I was presented with numerous Ox-Eye Daisy bouquets throughout the years by my children, with their hand so full they couldn't add one more stem.
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