Oxeye Daisy

Leucanthemum vulgare – Strolling along the riverbank you can’t help but notice the beautiful display this daisy gives. Fairly tall and standing above most of the crowd, the large yellow and white flowerheads were alive with bees and beetles, all enjoying the rich nectar bounty on offer. Double-click on images to enlarge.

Oxeye Daisy Leucanthemum vulgare

Oxeye Daisy Leucanthemum vulgare

© Peter Hillman ♦ 27th May 2020 ♦ Local riverbank, South Staffordshire ♦ Nikon D7200

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24 thoughts on “Oxeye Daisy

  1. Such a lovely addition to the riverbank. I wonder if they escaped from a residential garden? I don’t remember ever seeing them in the wild.

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  2. A very nice flower – and beautiful photos! Oxeye Daisy … i like the English name! In Swedish prästkrage (präst = priest, krage = collar) We have a lot of them here in our garden. 🙂

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