daisy fall growth
Group of daisies were cut back to knee high after blooming faded. Thru the fall they maintained basal foliage but most of the lower stalks dried slowl. Some however put out a growth of leaves and strange looking root like clumps about 12 to 18 inches up the cut off stalks. Question---Can I remove these growths from the stalks and plant them and expect to grow a new daisy plant?
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There is a way to do this, but it is very difficult for this plant. They are better divided by division or seed.
There is no harm in attempting, but don't be disappointed if they fail. These will likely come back on their own next year with no help over winter.