"The daisy, or else..."
writes Chaucer in the prologue to his somewhat enigmatic Legend of Good Women: 'the dayesie,
That wel by reson men it calle may
The "dayesye," or elles the "ye of day,"
The emperice and flour of floures alle.'
Now, it may not be spring as in Chaucer's poem, but the daisy is surely still the flower of flowers and their queen; it indubitably is the eye of the sky and the sun of the morning and the star of the mail (or else...):
›› Send fresh little beauties. (IncrediMail)