Michaelmas Daisy

A name which properly belongs to the Bellis percnnis of Europe, a low early-flowering composite, which, in its double forms, is widely known as a garden plant. The American congener is  integrifolio, Michx., an annual
or biennial, very like the Old World species, ranging south westward from Kentucky; it is not domesticated.  In North
 America, the word Daisy is applied to many field com
posites, particularly to those of comparatively low growth
and large flower-heads.