How do you prune daisies?


Daises do not need a lot of pruning, but regular pruning will promote a fuller growth. To prune daisies pinch the top 1/2 inch of the stem, when the stem reaches 6 inches long. When the flower dies, cut back the stem 1 to 2 inches with garden shears. If the stem stops producing flowers, cut it back completely at the base. Trim any leaves dead or damaged leaves with shears.
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How to Prune a Daisy
Daisies bloom over a long period of the year, filling the garden with vibrant, colorful flowers. Bloom times range from early spring through late fall, depending on the variety of daisy that you have planted. Whether your garden is filled with African,... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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