Bellis sylvestris, or the Southern daisy, is a perennial herbaceous of the genus Bellis. It is very common in the meadows and clear woods of the Mediterranean regions. The robust plant has creeping roots and big leaves of dark green. The spoon-shaped leaves have a short petiole hard to distinguish and several conspicuous veins. Autumnal flowering is presented by an inflorescence containing white external flowers and yellow central flowers. The plant bears a fruit called achene.