About Flowers - Daisy
Derived from the Anglo-Saxon term daes eage, or "day's eye," the daisy got its name because of the way it opens and closes with the sun. Typically resembling childhood and a child's innocence, the daisy is thought to be simple and modest - two traits often associated with children.
The daisy comes in different colors, each having its own symbolism. The yellow daisy repressents innocence, purity and gentleness; the white represents shared feelings of affection by its giver and receiver; and the red symbolizes the unknown beauty given to the receiver.