I ordered Gloriosa Daisy and Painted Daisy seeds from Burpee seed. I planted these seeds and when they came up I placed them in individual pots then planted them in dirt. I realize these plants will not bloom until next year. But as they grew they look like grass! Please take a look at the pictures and tell me if what I have is just grass or do Daisies look this way in the first season. I think I am growing Grass.
These are weeds for sure. Is it possible the weeds grew up over the seedlings? I would try picking through here and looking for your real plants and pulling out the weeds. If you find them, mulch them well to prevent more weeds from overtaking them.
It is the pink dome headed flower that needs identifying.
This is one of the many daisies, Bellis perennis. This is the pink double-blooming type, which will appear radically different than its white and single-flowered counterparts. They have the same care, though.
Someone gifted me daisies (not sure what variety, he said white petals and yellow centers) that he dug up from his garden, and I have not had a chance to put them in the ground the last 3-4 days. Is all hope lost or should I try to get them in the ground today and hope they’ll revive?
They will usually survive until the soil dries. Unfortunately, your photo did not come through so I cannot see the state of the clump.
The only thing to do is to plant it and wait!
This article will help you to care for them:
Years ago my dad’s friend suggested that he put some of his sheep manure on his garden. Ever since then there is a weed that has overtaken his garden. I even tilled my garden and it started growing here. Is there a treatment we could do in the spring to kill it? The first picture is it at full bloom. The second picture is of it taking over this row.
Use a pre-emergent in spring to eradicate quickweed. If any remain dig by hand or use a post-emergent herbicide.
The plant bloomed beautifully but quit blooming about 2 weeks ago. It is a perennial
Deadheading them will be a good idea, at this time! This may grant you a few extra flowers, and will improve the health of the plant. Here is an article that will help:
My two Gerber daisies in pots to keep them warm and alive over the winter I just love them.
Since you are in Zone 8, you could sink your pots into the ground and mulch over the tops to keep your roots warm. You can also pound in stakes around them, and wrap plastic or burlap around them making little shelters for them. Your other option, of course, is to bring them inside and baby them through the winter. Here's how to do that: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/gerbera-daisy/gerbera-daisies-indoors.htm
Daisies have been thriving when suddenly become pale in color and flowers die off and plant dies. I have found snails on the plants previously but have been treating with snail bait and am no longer finding snails either alive or dead around the plants. Daisies are being watered regularly with drip irrigation.
If it's beyond just the normal blooming/dying back cycle, your daisies may be suffering from a fungus. Here are two articles that should help: