The leaves of the perennial daisy form a rosette close to the ground, and the stem grows up to 15 centimetres tall. The composite flowerheads are formed from a central circle of tiny yellow flowers, surrounded by white ray florets. The colours work together to attract insects. Flowers appear from early spring to late autumn.
Daisies grow on open grassy land, especially meadows and pastures. They are often to be seen in gardens and are found throughout Europe.