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Daisy Seeds

Daisy Seeds

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Daisies are charming flowers that can add a touch of beauty and freshness to your garden. With proper care and a conducive environment, you can enjoy its flowering during spring and summer.

Characteristics of daisies:

  • Appearance: Daisies are simple and elegant looking flowers. They have a head composed of a central yellow disc surrounded by white petals, although some varieties can be pink or yellow.

  • Height: Daisies generally reach a height of 30 to 90 centimeters, depending on the variety.

  • Foliage: The leaves of daisies are dark green and arranged alternately on the stem.

  • Bloom Period: Most daisies bloom during spring and summer, but some varieties may bloom in fall.

Planting and growing daisies:

The procedure for sowing daisies can be done either directly in the ground or in a seedbed and then transplanted. Here is a description of both methods:

Direct sowing in the ground:

  1. Soil Preparation: Choose a suitable location in your garden with well-drained, slightly acidic soil. You can improve soil quality by adding organic matter, such as compost, and making sure it is well aerated.

  2. Planting Time: Direct sowing into the ground is typically done in spring or fall, when conditions are conducive to plant growth.

  3. Sowing the seeds: Sow daisy seeds in shallow furrows or individual holes. The seeds are small, so it is not necessary to bury them very deeply. Just cover them lightly with soil.

  4. Spacing: Leave enough space between the seeds or holes so that the daisies have room to grow. The recommended spacing is around 15 to 30 centimeters, depending on the variety of daisy you are planting.

  5. Watering: After sowing the seeds, water the area well to ensure the soil is moist but not soggy.


Sowing in seedbed for transplant:

  1. Seedbed: Fill a seedbed tray with good quality potting soil or seed growing medium. Make sure the seedbed has drainage holes in the bottom to prevent waterlogging.

  2. Sowing the seeds: Place the daisy seeds on the surface of the seedbed, pressing them lightly into the soil. It is not necessary to cover them with soil, since daisy seeds need light to germinate.

  3. Watering: Water the seedbed evenly to keep the soil moist but not soggy.

  4. Care of the seedbed: Place the seedbed in a warm place with indirect light. Keep the substrate moist and the seeds should germinate within a few weeks.

  5. Transplant: When the daisy seedlings have at least a few true leaves and are hardy enough, you can transplant them to the final place in your garden following the procedure mentioned above for direct sowing into the ground.

The choice between direct sowing into the ground and seedbed sowing depends on your preferences and local conditions, but both methods can be effective for growing daisies successfully.


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