The Q&A Archives: Daisys

Question: I have a lot of Daisys in my yard and they have bloomed nicely but the blooms are dieing off already. Can I get them to bloom agen by pruning? and if so, how much should I prune? All the way down or just a little?

Answer: Daisies will continue to bloom if you cut off the spent flowers. Cut the flowering stem down to foliage level. New flower stems will emerge from the crown of the plant.

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