Cutting Back Daisys In Fall Or Spring - Knowledgebase Question

Norristown, PA
Question by honey50
March 14, 2001
I have a daisy that blooms in the fall. We did not cut it back in the fall and now it has sprouts coming out all over. Would it be ok if I cut it back more to the ground where there is also alot of new growth.


Image
Answer from NGA
March 14, 2001

0

Most perennials respond well to an early spring trimming back, especially to remove any winter killed portions. When a plant expands by sending up new growth at the crown, it is usually a good sign of a vigorous plant. Off the top of my head I can't think of any fall blooming "daisies" except for mums and possibly shasta type daisies that would rebloom in the fall. Both of these can be cut back short in the spring.

You must be signed in before you can post questions or answers. Click here to join!

« Return to the Garden Knowledgebase Homepage

Member Login:

Username:

Password:

[ Join now ]

Today's site banner is by Whitebeard and is called "Delosperma cooperi"