Painted Daisy Plants

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  1. I have painted daisies
  2. Can painted daisies reseed themselves?
Asked by Donna Peterson on March 17, 2014
I Have Painted Daisies

I have painted daisies that are like a clump not seeds. I ordered them. I want to start them in the house in pots and transplant them out side in a few weeks. How do I cover them with soil and how deep? What position do I put them in pot? Never planted this before.

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theficuswrangler

If you mean that you have received small bedding plants, and want to put them into larger pots, try 6" or 4" pots, use seed starting medium, and don't set them any deeper than they already are - in other words, don't put medium over the top of the original soil, just build up around. Place them in a sunny southern window, or under fluorescent light for 16 hours a day. This article will give you some tips on raising painted daisies: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/painted-daisy/painted-daisy-plants.htm

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Asked by Willie wong on June 15, 2014
Can Painted Daisies Reseed Themselves?

Just wondering if they spread like Shasta daisy.

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theficuswrangler

This article has some useful information about painted daisies.
https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/painted-daisy/painted-daisy-plants.htm
If you want them to reseed, you should stop cutting back or deadheading during the last month of bloom.

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