Daisy Coloring Pages

Today, you can find one of the most beautiful flowers in the world here. Here are the printable Daisy coloring pages. Please prepare your desired colors and put them on the images.

From spring through winter, the Daisy is a very hardy plant that blooms for much of the year. It needs a lot of water and sunlight, although it also adapts to living in shady areas. 

Free Daisy Coloring Pages

Characteristics of The Daisy

Not only is it attractive and gives a poetic character to the garden, but it also allows you to prepare infusions.

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In addition, its leaves are edible: combined with dandelion and fennel, they result in an excellent salad.

Daisy is a highly branched woody shrub with a rounded crown, reaching 0.50 to 1.50 m in height. 

Its leaves are bipinnate, 5-10 cm long, and its flowers are gathered in flower heads of 3-5 cm in diameter with yellow flowers in the center and peripheral white flowers.

The Daisy’s destination is the garden and the 30 cm deep pot, while its flowering season is between spring and autumn. 

This beautiful flower adapts very well in bright places, regular in shady areas. It loves full brightness with 4-5 hours of direct sunlight per day.

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On the other hand, its resistance to cold is good, and it can tolerate up to -2º C without damage. 

A dry to moderately moist atmosphere favors the plant and should be given twice a week in spring and summer and once in winter.

Fertilize Daisy with 20-30g of bone meal in spring-autumn and propagate by cuttings in autumn and spring.

The parts of this plant used are the root, leaves, and flowers. It is primarily used in medicine against many diseases, having various forms of application.

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The Daisy has antitussive and expectorant properties, thanks to the characteristics of the Daisy and mucilage in its components.

According to specialists, this plant can be used as a diuretic, healing, and antispasmodic. It is traditionally used against wounds, blisters, and burns.

It is ideal for reducing inflammation and controlling blood pressure. As if this were not enough, daisy extract is very effective for digestion.

So it is an excellent laxative used as a tonic for purgatives. Daisy roots are used in the treatment of scurvy and skin eczema. And to date, no toxicity has been observed for this species.