Oxeye daisy is not generally considered as a weed of agronomic crops or cultivated sites. It is an erect-growing plant that regenerates each year from its underground rhizomes. In Missouri, flowering stems emerge from overwintering rosettes in the spring.
Oxeye daisy adds color to Missouri's rights-of-way during the spring. It is also encountered in pastures, primarily in areas of low fertility.
Flower closeup. Each flower is produced on an individual stalk and ranges in diameter from approximately one to two inches.
Life cycle: perennial.