“The rose has but a summer reign,
The daisy never dies”
– James Montgomery, The Daisy
Meet the unpretentious flower of a garden, the Daisy. When one glances at its sweet petals, one will view a bubbly, outgoing, and welcoming bloom.
The flower is seen as a symbol of childhood innocence, or represents friendship, simplicity, purity, and modesty in the Victorian era. The friendly plant is a favorite of Kathy’s and it thrives in Mother Judith’s gardens. Before Kathy and I were born, these were the first successful seed starts for Mother Judith ever. These plants have relocated to three different houses happily. They propagate quickly once started.
When added to a bouquet, the daisy is sure to bring a smile to anyone