Most people run across daisies on lawns, where they're very abundant. On the plate, they make a lovely decoration, magically transforming any dull-looking dish into a summer wonder.
Where to Find It
Daisies thrive in moist, nutrient-rich soil. You can find them on roadsides and in ditches, on grasslands, lawns, in parks, and gardens. They can everything from scorching sun and light cloud cover.
Towns, roadsides, grasslands.
When to Find It
You can pick daisies from March until September.
Entire plant: March, April, May, June, July, August, September.
How to Spot It
Daisies are generally 10-15 cm tall and have characteristic white flowers with yellow disc florets in the center. The flowers grow on small stems that project up from small, teardrop-shaped leaves clustered near the ground.
How to Pick It
The entire plant is edible, but the flower heads are the most popular for cooking.
Risk of misidentifying the plant
There is no risk of mistaking the plant for another dangerous or undesirable plant.