The Daisy is one of the most common wild flowers in the world. The scientific name for a regular Daisy is Bellis Perennis. It is in the plantae kingdom, and its genus is Bellis. Asteraceae is the name of the family that this flower is in. The species for this specific flower is B. Perennis. Daisies are usually about 1-4 inches long in length. The petals are somewhere between 1-2 inches long. They have about 63 white petals and a circular yellow part in the middle of all of the petals. They almost look like a cracked egg.