Common daisy, English daisy (Eng.), Madeliefie (Afr.)
Humble and cheerful, the attractive lawn daisy is known by most as a symbol of innocence, a feature of children's games, a pretty addition to most gardens and as a weed. Though it is seen as invasive, the species is still considered a valuable ground cover, important in both beds and borders, in certain temperate garden settings. Not only ornamental, this daisy is also used in the culinary and medicinal application.