For beginners, this can be a difficult question to answer because of many factors, including climate, soil, and level of experience.The following content also has some reference value for raised garden beds.
There are many varieties of daisies, and different varieties have different growth conditions and preferences. When selecting varieties, you should select suitable varieties based on your own planting conditions, such as varieties with sufficient sunlight and good drainage. Daisies need sufficient sunlight to grow well. Therefore, when selecting a planting location, choose a place with sufficient sunlight and good ventilation.
This article will help solve this problem and provide beginners with simple steps to grow daisies anywhere.
Regardless of your experience, daisies are easy to grow and care for. Best of all, daisies are perennial and beautiful!
The flowering time of ordinary daisies is in summer, and ordinary daisies are the most popular flowers planted by gardeners.
This type of daisy is ideal for raising high garden beds, other flowers in garden design, and even other parts of the yard. Not only that, this type of daisy is very suitable for pollination and supplementing other flowers.
How to cultivate daisies with bulbs
Daisy is a beautiful flower that blooms from early summer to midsummer. Unlike traditional ideas, daisies are perennial flowers. Depending on the type of daisy, some can be grown as annual plants.
Step 1 - Planting Daisy Bulbs in autumn
First, make sure you buy the right daisies from a good garden supplier. Plant bulbs before the first frost!
Before planting, you need to soak the seeds in warm water overnight to help them germinate faster. Then, sprinkle daisy seeds on the soil surface, keeping a certain distance between each seed. Gently press the seeds into the soil, then gently spray water to keep the soil moist. If you plant daisies in the summer, the high temperature is likely to cause them to shock, hinder their growth, and even kill them. Measure the soil temperature to ensure it remains below 60 degrees Celsius for 12 weeks, or consider planting daisies in flower pots.
Step 2 - Prepare the soil in this way!
Find a place in your garden or yard where you want to plant daisies. Daisies perform best in areas with some or all of the sunlight in the afternoon. The soil should be well drained, and the garden should be well protected from wind and rain. After the daisies sprout, keep the soil moist. After the plant begins to grow, it can be fertilized once a week. In addition, seedlings can be pruned regularly to encourage their growth and avoid overcrowding.
Step 3 - Simply plant chrysanthemum bulbs
To plant bulbs most successfully, you only need to dig an 8-inch deep hole and plant 10 chrysanthemum bulbs side by side. Next, water the chrysanthemum bulbs for 15 seconds. This will help promote the beginning of root growth. For the first month, water it once a week.
Then continue the process, allowing you to grow as many bulbs as you want. Ensure that the spacing of the 10 chrysanthemum bulbs in each group is 4 inches.
Step 4 - Perform this operation in the spring
Once the year enters spring and your daisies grow leaves, you should add flower fertilizer again.
Then water the daisies once a week until they bloom. As soon as your daisy petals fall off the flower, it will wither. Make sure your leaves stay on the flower for 6 weeks while your flower absorbs and retains energy for next year's flowering.
Step 5 – Maintain minimal maintenance during the summer
As soon as autumn arrives, you should cut the stems and leaves of daisies into contact with the soil.
Don't water daisies in autumn. Don't fertilize daisies in autumn. Daisies were left in the fields all autumn.
In short, planting daisies is not complicated. Simply selecting seeds, planting them in the right place, and maintaining proper conservation are required to produce beautiful daisies.