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This common, humble flower is as reliable as the seasons themselves: sasha daisies return in spring and early summer before blooming in the fall.

Why We Like Them

The daisy is an enduring symbol of spring-- with a beautiful pop of sunny yellow amid a sea of feathery white petals. This flower is also the namesake of Garden Collage CEO and founder, Daisy Helman (she has the perfect name for this job).


Daisies can be propagated by division in spring or through sowing seeds in spring or late autumn. They grow so well under these conditions that they are often considered a weed in the Northwest United States!

Where They Belong

Daisies like full sun and moist, but well-drained soil.

In Pop Culture

"Ups-a-daisy" (or "oops-a-daisy") is an exclamation made when encouraging a child to get up after a fall or when lifting a child into the air. The specific origin of the phrase is unknown, but is believed to date back to the 1860s.