blue daisy

noun
  1. a bushy, composite shrub, Felicia amelloides, of southern Africa, having solitary, daisylike flowers with yellow disks and blue rays, grown as an ornamental.

Origin of blue daisy

First recorded in 1590–1600
Also called blue marguerite.
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