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Ox-eye daisies

We have beautiful ox-eye daisies growing wild at school. They are very important to biodiversity and are important to bees, butterflies, beetles, ladybirds and spiders.

Its name in Irish is nóinín mór, and it is also called a dog daisy (because it smells like a wet dog!)

We had fun this afternoon sketching them and studying them closely.

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