English Daisy- The Growing Tips for a Royal Garden look

English Daisy- The Growing Tips for a Royal Garden look

Gardening is an art that uses plants and flowers as its paints and the soil and the sky as its canvas. And we all know no flower than daisies please our eyes with its true beauty. If you are looking for a unique charm in your garden in Spring, then English Daisy is a definite choice for it. You can have them in different colors, perfect for a royal look in your garden area. 

Last spring, in my balcony garden pots, plenty of English Daisy bloomed, and it was a cinematic look.

While the flower is simple and easy to care for and grow, here are my tips and guide to a reliable way to have small to mid-sized English daisies in your flowerbed.

Discover the English Daisy

Sometimes called European or Lawn Daisy, English Daisy is a perennial flower with a yellow disk at the center surrounded by white, pink, or red delicate petals.

The petals of these flowers open in the sun and fold up at night. And depending upon your region, the flower can be seen as a harbinger of spring or a pest that takes over your garden or lawn.

Some good English Daisy Cultivars

Since I am talking about growing English Daisies in your home garden, here are some good cultivars:

  • Pomponette
  • Galaxy
  • Tasso Pink

How to plant and grow English Daisies?

Freely sow the English Daisy seeds in your garden in early fall or spring. Do not cover them in soil but press them firmly on the surface since they require direct sunlight. The seeds will germinate in 2-3 weeks.

How to care for English daisies?

A: English daisies require 4-6 hours of full sun daily. However, in hotter regions, keeping them in partial shade in the afternoon will help them bloom longer.

B:Soil: the best way to ensure good soil conditions for your daisies is to keep the soil loamy, draining, and rich in organic matter.

C: Fertilizer: English daisies do not require fertilizers if the soil conditions are met.

D: Water: English daisies require regular watering.

E: Temperature and humidity: cool temperatures with moderate humidity are the best for these daisies to bloom.

F: Deadheading or propagation: easily remove or propagate excess daisies from your garden.

English Daisies can give your garden an old-fashioned and frilly touch of color. So, follow my English daisy growth and care tips to bloom these rich flowers in spring or fall.

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