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Daisy comes from the Old English "daes eage," meaning "day's eye." The name refers to the way they close their petals in the evening, and open again at dawn, marking the beginning of a new day.   - CountryLiving.com

10 Delightful Things You Didn't Know About Daisies

Daisy comes from the Old English "daes eage," meaning "day's eye." The name refers to the way they close their petals in the evening, and open again at dawn, marking the beginning of a new day. - CountryLiving.com

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Pansy Flowers Floating in Bird Bath with Dew Drops, Sammamish, Washington, USA

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pictures of daisies | The daisy is a beautiful white flower with other tiny golden flowers ...

pictures of daisies | The daisy is a beautiful white flower with other tiny golden flowers ...

Yikes!  I'll miss the sunrise and sunset today!! Long work day today and tomorrow:( Hope you have a beautiful Day:)

Yikes! I'll miss the sunrise and sunset today!! Long work day today and tomorrow:( Hope you have a beautiful Day:)

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