Lower leaves are spoon-shaped, stalked, smooth, fleshy, glossy and dark green. The upper leaves are alternate along the stem, deeply toothed, narrower than the lower leaves, stalkless and clasp the stem.
Good in salads. The roots, leaves and flowers are all edible raw and cooked. Tea can be made from both the flowers and the leaves.
Never consume a wild plant unless you are 100% certain that it is safe to eat and you know that you have identified it correctly.
Big Daisy, Bull Daisy, Button Daisy, Dog Daisy, Dog Daisy, Dun Daisy, Espibawn, Field Daisy, Goldens, Herb Margaret, Horse Daisy, Horse Gowan, Large White Gowan, Love-me, Love-me-not, Marguerite, Mathes, Maudlinwort, Midsummer Daisy, Moon Daisy, Moon Flower, Moon Penny, Poor Land Daisy, Pretty Maids, Sheriff Pink, White Cap, White Daisy, White Goldes, White Man's Weed, White Oxeye, White Weed.