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A daisy grows up in lawns, verges and (begraasde) meadows, and has thus the typical prevention of plantjes which increase places: It is a plant which endures betreding, and, just like the most of the other step plants, a flat carrot rosette forms, from which a bald flowering stem takes off. A flat booklet rosette is hardly hurt betreding, and moreover, and that applies then in what higher growing grass ensures, it that the plant in its onmiddelijke immediacy reserves the floor of other begroei´ng. The booklet of the daisy is spatelvormig, and briefly hairy. The length of the flowering stem can strongly vary very with the groeiplaats: on spots where the plantje are frequently walked - therefore e.g. in gazons or to the verge edge paths, is those very short, hardly more than one couple centimetres. Lawns mowed in meadows and less frekwent the flowering stem up to twenty centimetres can be long.

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