Common Daisy

Common Daisy

Common Daisy is a classic. It's perfect on its own and has a simply, angelic feel to it. 

Plant Common Daisy in June when it is cold and crisp. It doesn't love the heat so don't plant it anywhere the sun will catch it once it blooms.

When planting from seed I would recommend germinating it inside on the windowsill to allow for natural sun light. Don't bury it too deep as it needs th light to germinate. Keep the water up to it so it has damp soil to give it life. 

If in the first year they don't bloom do not be put off. They tend to take sometime to flower but once they are going they will keep on giving.