Do you ever play the game: What would you eat if you got lost in the woods?
Is it a weed? Is it a pretty garden flower? In my book, oxeye daisy is an attractive perennial, with tasty leaves, edible flowers, and (I’ll admit it) an aggressive growth habit. If you’re someone who needs to tightly control every plant in your garden, oxeye daisy isn’t for you. But if you appreciate a free-form, natural landscape, why not let a few oxeye daisies naturalize in your yard? You can add the leaves and petals to salads, and use the leaves in mixed greens recipes where their flavor adds a unique peppery, lemony note. Read more