A cheerful Daisy cover pops open to colorful daisies in a sunny garden with white fences.
Daisies are beloved for their bright and cheerful flowers. One of the most popular cut flowers in the world, they symbolize innocence, purity, and cheerfulness. They come in many vibrant colors, and sending a big bright popup card full of daisies is the perfect way to brighten someone’s day.
Perfect for Mother’s Day, Friendship, Hope, good cheer, kindness.
Daisy Quotes and messages:
- Happy Mother’s Daisy!
- Oops a daisy.
- Do small things with great love.
- Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature.
- The earth laughs in flowers. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
- Always have something beautiful in sight, even if it’s just a daisy in a jelly glass. ~H. Jackson Brown
- Daisies are like sunshine to the ground. ~Drew Barrymore
- Sometimes I’m kind of spacey. I’m like Ferdinand the bull, sniffing the daisy, not aware of time, of what’s going on in the real world. ~Richard Gere
- Daisies are my favorite flower. There is something innocent and vulnerable about them, as if they thanked you for admiring them. ~Anne Sexton
Bees love them! they’re an important friend of honey makers. Their big flat faces are easy to land on, making it easy for bees to gather nectar and pollen.
These large yellow, lavender, red, purple and white flowers are also known as the African, Black-Eyed Susan, Shasta, Gerber or Gerberas. There’s even a Lazy Daisy.
Can you name these fictional characters?
- The pernickety, aged southern belle portrayed by Jessica Tandy (who scooped an Oscar for her trouble), famous for losing her license, forcing her to hire Morgan Freeman to chauffeur her about.
- Known for her short shorts and endless legs, this cousin to the Dukes of Hazzard didn’t just ride shotgun, she could shoot one, too, when the need arose.
- She held a torch for Lil’ Abner during most of the US comic strip’s 43-year existence, though she got him to the altar, at last, in the 1950s. She was well known for her cleavage-baring polka-dot blouse and teeny-weeny skirt. Sweet as pie, but beautiful and stupid.
- She is the downmarket, sex-mad sister of pretentious Hyacinth Bucket.
- It’s 1965 and Natalie Wood is at her most winsome, as a teenage tomboy with big dreams – namely, becoming the toast of Hollywood. It all goes to plan, except the part about being all washed up by her 17th year.
See also: Let it Bee and Flowering Pink Jacaranda Tree