Some of the most popular perennials to grow, daisy-type perennials are low maintenance and produce plenty of flowers that add cheer to the garden and cut-floral displays. Some of the most common daisy-types are coneflowers, gaillardia, daisies, coreopsis and ice plants. Many are native to the United States and lure bees and butterflies to the garden. Daisy-type perennials look best when planted in groups or in masses. Most prefer six or more hours of direct sunlight daily. When buying these perennials, make sure they are suitable for your grow zone. Also take into account their mature height and spread, as well as their bloom time and flower color.