Problem: English Lawn Daisy
Bellis perennis As its name suggests, English lawn daisy came originally from Europe and was chiefly grown as an ornamental garden plant. Although it is a welcome member of the perennial garden, it often escapes cultivation and becomes a weed in the lawn. This perennial plant reproduces by seeds and thrives in moist, cool soil. When growing in the lawn, English lawn daisy may indicate low soil fertility.
Improve soil fertility by following a program of regular feedings during the growing season.