Daisy Gets Name From Tahoka - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock


Daisy Gets Name From Tahoka

Anyone who lives here knows about the Tahoka Daisy. This unique flower was actually discovered growing near Tahoka Lake in 1898.

The Daisy was later named the "Tahoka Daisy." It's a wild flower with Lavender-blue flowers and a golden-yellow center. You can plant your own, by picking up a free package of seeds at the Tahoka city hall.

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