The Q&A Archives: Felicia - Blue Marguerite

Question: My Felicia Blue Marguerite was in full bloom when I purchased it 2 weeks ago. Now, it seems all of the flowers are dying. I am watering the plant each day. Is there anything I should do, such as cut back the stems?

Answer: Felicia should bloom continuously during the summer. Perhaps your plant has suffered from transplant shock. You can encourage more blossoms by cutting off the old flowers. The plant should be watered when the soil begins to dry out, but not necessarily everyday. Be careful not to overwater it, place it in full sunshine, cut back the old blooms, and watch it grow and flower!

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