Planting, growing, and caring for daisies is fairly easy, and in this post we're going to show you how to plant daisies! More specifically, we will focus on shasta daisies, which are perennials that look similar to the roadside daisies you may see, but have larger and more robust blooms!
CARING FOR SASHTA DAISIES:
1. If rainfall is less than 1 inch per week, daisies must be watered.
2. After the first frost, cut the stems back to about an inch or two above soil line.
3. In the spring, add compost and mulch to help retain moisture and control weeds.
4. Every 3-4 years, divide the daisies in early spring or summer.
So now that you know how to plant daisies, it's time to roll up your sleeves and get to planting!
Daisies are lovely ornamental plants to have in your home. While it is very uncommon in American homes and already areas of the world, it is a favourite with its know.
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