It corresponds to the word order to avoid confusion (if there would be any).
It would be better to acknowledge that English and Latin have different syntax, and corresponding the word order isn't the best way to illustrate how the languages operate.
Not really a response to you, as much as it is the tree itself.
If they want to synchronise with Latin word order, they should have added a comma like "Daily, you visit mother." to make it proper English.
I mean, itis still grammatically correct, though this is less common. It's more of an accusative wording, putting emphasis on "daily," and almost feels theatrical. For instance "Daily you visit mother behind my back!"
But I was a little surprised by their sudden choice in mirroring the Latin syntax, though if it were a true mirror it would sound more like Yoda with the SOV format.