* Flowers composite, white, with petals surrounding a central depressed
yellow disk, 2".
* Leaves dark, narrow, deeply lobed.
* Height: 1-3'.
* Flowers June - August.
* Habitat: Meadows, roadsides.
* Range: Throughout the United States.
* Introduced from Europe.
* Other names for the Ox-Eye daisy include Moonflower, Moon-Penny, and
* This daisy is truly a mythically and historically important
plant. Herbalist Maud Grieve wrote in 1931 that in ancient times
the Ox-Eye was dedicated to "Artemis, the goddess of women, considering
it useful in women's compaints. In Christian days it was transferred
to St. Mary Magdalen and called Maudelyn or Maudlin Daisy after