SEED TYPE: Leucanthemum vulgare : OXEYE DAISY (Moon Daisy)
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Sow Oxeye Daisy seeds in spring or autumn either outside where it is to flower, or in seed trays and cover lightly with compost. It is usually easy to germinate and the seedlings, which are quick to develop, can be pricked out and grown on, for planting out later in the year.
Leucanthemum vulgare MOON DAISY Oxeye Seeds Organically Grown & Harvested
How do you plant daisies?
Space your daisy seedlings or plant 1 to 2 feet apart. Dig a hole about twice the size as the diameter of the container it is growing in. Place in planting hole making sure the top of the root ball is level with the soil surface. Firm in the soil around root ball.
Do daisies come back every year?
Perennial plants produce flowers and then seed several times, coming up from the same roots each year before dying back. ... Gerbera daisies are considered to be perennials in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 8 through 10, tender perennials in zone 7 and annuals in lower zones.
Do daisies like sun or shade?
Daisies need as much sunlight as possible, especially in cooler climates. Most species require at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day during the summer to live. In hot, dry climates, daisies benefit from light shade in the afternoon when the sun is the most intense.
How long do Daisies take to grow from seed? 10-20 days Plant your seeds in the soil about 1/8 inch deep
Easy to grow from seed, division or nursery stock. Plant directly into the soil 1/8 inch deep when a light frost is still possible. Seeds will germinate in 10-20 days and plants will bloom the following year – after one season's growth.
How often should I water daisy seeds?
As a general rule of thumb, daisies usually require approximately 1 to 2 inches of water per week during the summer, either through irrigation, normal rainfall, or a combination of both. During spring and fall, daisies benefit from about 1 to 2 inches of water applied every other week.
ABOUT THESE SEEDS: SEEDS FRESHLY HARVESTED JUNE 27th, 2020 from right here on our Unique Creek Homestead!