The Q&A Archives: Cutting Shasta Daisies

Question: If I cut daisies for flower arrangements will the plant grow new shoots, or do they flower only once?

Answer: Shasta Daisy (Chrysanthemum x superbum) should continue to produce new blooms for weeks as long as it receives adequate moisture and nutrients. Cutting the flowers will encourage it to keep blooming. Depending on the specific variety you have, it might bloom through fall.

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