Daisy-type perennial flowers are some of the most popular flowers to grow in the garden, meadows and naturalized areas, and with good reason. Perennials like Black-Eyed Susan, Coneflowers, Gaillardia, Daisies and Rudbeckia are easy to grow, give the garden a cheerful look and are long-lasting as cut flowers. Many are native to the United States and attract pollinators, too. When selecting daisy-type perennials to grow in your garden, make sure they are suitable for your grow zone. Many are sun lovers and grow best when receiving six or more hours of direct sunlight daily. Other factors to consider when choosing daisy-type perennials to buy are mature height and spread, bloom time and soil requirements.