Growing by water in open grassland.
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Very wise not to go for a species. They are hard enough in the hand, so exceptional photos would be needed for an iSpot ID. (Close-up of leaves, bracts etc.)
Thanks. I wasn't even sure whether M. daisy counted as a wild flower. I can probably get better photos another time. Might wait until more of the flowers emerge, however. But my books don't give much info about M. daisies of any kind. What's a good, but not overly academic, book to use for id for a comparative novice like me? I have the Collins and Black's guides, plus an old copy of Keble Martin!
You won't get anywhere with these without a technical book like Stace's Flora or Sell & Murrell and even then it is a struggle! They are not native but well naturalised.
Thanks for recommendations.
Lat/Lng: 53.582666, -2.319352
OS grid ref: SD789096