Gerbera jamesonii. This particular flower is a very old cultivar, likely
a species daisy. Note the single row of very pointed petals and pink center
unlike today's hybrids. These were first here about 1970.
A small Shasta daisy, seedgrow.
Purple coneflower is attractive to butterflies early in the season.
Stokesia laevis is native to the Southeast.
Ratibida columnifera, dancing here in a line.
Gaillardia and Coreopsis planted in February are not yet blooming in the garden.
What Daisies are in your garden and what do they tell?