Answer: It's not likely you'll find seeds in a fresh flower. Seeds only develop after the flower petals fade. To collect seeds, allow the flower to remain on the plant until after the petals fall and the ovary swells, then turns brown. The ovary is the part beneath the petals that's attached to the stem. After the seed pod has dried, the seeds should be mature and ready to sow. To further complicate the issue, not all flowers will develop viable seeds. And, some seeds may develop but they may be sterile. So, trial and error might be your best course of action in getting seeds from the daisy you admire.
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