Meaning of Daisy Flowers

Jul 18, 2022

Each flower and in turn each color carries with it a precise message that adapts to one situation or another, as if it were words of love or affection that need to be measured and paid attention to. According to mythology, the daisy is associated with the goddess Artemis, daughter of Zeus and twin of Apollo. For this reason, it is often associated with the female world.

Daisies Image

Daisies Image

Meaning of flowers: The Daisy

According to mythology, the daisy is associated with the goddess Artemis, daughter of Zeus and twin of Apollo. For this reason, daisy is often associated with the female world.

The daisy flower has a positive meaning and represents the arrival of spring. Due to its delicacy, it symbolizes simplicity, innocence and purity of body / spirit. But also modesty, patience, reflection, true and / or pure and eternal love. It is no coincidence that lovers usually remove the petals of the daisy to see if their feelings are reciprocated (does the famous love me? Doesn't he love me?).

Overall, this is the perfect flower for celebrating happy events and conveying positive messages.

Other legends of the daisy

According to the symbolism of flowers, the common meaning of a daisy is purity and innocence. Read on to learn more about daisy flower types, meaning and facts.

The name daisy comes from the word "day eyes" due to the fact that this star-shaped flower opens during the day and closes at night. The meaning of the floral tongue or flower has evolved over many generations, so the meaning of the daisy flower. In this article we will try to learn different types of daisies, the meaning of daisies and interesting facts about this wonderful flowering.

According to Norwegian legend, this is the sacred flower of Freya, the goddess of love, beauty and fertility and therefore symbolizes birth, motherhood and a new beginning. Daisies are also given to newborn mothers as a sign of good luck for the happy event.

Facts About Daisy Flowers

  • The peak flowering season for daisies is summer, when thunderstorms occur very often. Therefore, this perennial flower is also known as the "thunder flower" in some regions.
  • Daisies are propagated either by cuttings or by seed. The first is done in the spring, while daisies are best sown in late fall or spring.
  • The daisy plant shows a habit of spreading or spreading growth. The flower stalks are about 3-4 inches long, which is more than the length of the leaves.
  • A perennial plant by nature, the dark green leaves of daisies are arranged in a rosette similar to the main stem and beautify the garden even in the off-flowering season. The leaves are also edible.
  • In the daisy bloom there are two types of flowers - onion flowers (flower petals such as flowers that occupy the peripheral part) and disc flowers (small flowers located in the center).
  • The variety, English daisy, is often found in wild habitats. In the northwestern United States, it is considered an invasive weed that requires timely control.
  • It is believed that the daisy flower prevents lightning. Therefore, some people grow and maintain daisies as houseplants.

So, this information was about a daisy flower. You can grow daisies in your garden to enjoy brightly colored, star-shaped blooms. And if you don’t have the chance to grow this pretty flower yourself, do not miss the chance to give this a lovely bouquet of daisies to your loved ones and express your true feelings for them!

Author: Pauline Reading
Pauline Reading
Bachelor Degree in Science
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