Daisies are a genus of perennial plants from the Astrov family. The natural range of the genus is Europe, the Mediterranean countries. There are 14 types. The ancient Greek word "margarites" in translation means "pearl", this is due to the fact that the wild daisy has small white flowers. The daisy is a small herb with a short rhizome. Basal leaf plates are obtuse, spatulate, crenate. The stem is leafless and only 1 head is formed on it. The development of reed female flowers, which have a pink or white color, occurs on a conical receptacle. In those daisies that are grown by gardeners, the inflorescences can differ not only in size, but also be double, semi-double or simple.