Daisies come in an endless variety of colors and shapes, and can add whimsy and fun to any part of your sun perennial garden.
Leucanthemum, Argyranthemum, or Gaillardia
Most Popular Colors: Plenty of variety exists across the daisy family! Aside from the classic white daisy, these flowers bloom in all colors.
Blooming Season: Early summer, summer, early fall.
Soil Preferences: Fertilized, well-draining soil.
Climate Preferences: Varies by variety.
Sun Exposure: Partial shade to full sun.
Landscaping Tips: Plant daisies in beds that receive full sunlight. Consider planting these perennials in spots where your spring flowers fade, as these will grow up to take their place.
Planting: Prepare the soil by adding a small amount of organic compost, and mulch after planting. Spacing will depend on variety.
- Deadhead the flowers after blooming to encourage reblooming.
- Fertilize once per year with phosphorus fertilizer.
- Plants may be dug up and separated once every two-three years.
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