Ox-Eye Daisy has a Queen Four Poster Bed. The greens and grays of the room make it the perfect renewing vacation spot. If you want to wake up to sunshine this room is for you.
This is our airiest and brightest room and is on the third floor in a quiet corner.
The bathroom has a large walk-in shower and the rubber ducky loves it here. All of the amenities are provided including soaps, shampoo and conditioner.
Would you like us to hold this room for you? Call us at 800-537-8195.
Ox-Eye Daisy: Do you ever play the game "He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not" when you were younger? The Daisy is the flower usually associated with that game. Leucanthemum vulgare is also called common daisy, dog daisy or moon daisy. They are everywhere in this area and probably where you live, too. It is one of over 23,000 flowers in the Aster family. The can be up to 3 feet tall. The yellow center produces lots of flat seeds that can last up to three years and still grow. The root regrows year after year. Even a fragment of the root will regrow.
Daisies are not native. They were brought in from Europe. Un-opened daisy buds are edible. If you marinate them, they are supposed to taste like capers.
Daisies grow wild in meadows and fields and wherever there is enough light in the forest. They can grow in full sun to partial shade. It blooms from late spring to autumn.