Who doesn’t love a daisy? These plants go way back, reminding many of fun childhoods plucking off the petals one by one. Shasta daisies in the garden, or even growing shastas in containers, can bring this childhood memory alive over and over again. Learn everything you need for appropriate shasta daisy plants care in the articles that follow, including when or how to prune and deadhead Shasta flowers and how to treat common problems.
While they look great in garden borders, container grown shasta daisies are easy to care for and very versatile. Want to learn more? Click on the following article for information about how to grow shasta daisies in containers.
Dividing Shasta daisy plants is an excellent way to spread beauty and ensure that the good natured plants thrive in every corner of your landscape. When can I divide Shasta daisies? This common question has a simple answer, and this article will help.
Proper year end care of your plants will ensure a bountiful supply of rayed blooms, and this includes cutting back Shasta daisies. You should know when to prune Shasta daisy and some tips on the method for healthiest plants. This article will help with that.
Shasta daisy bloom time extends from early spring to late autumn. There are a number of reasons for a Shasta daisy not flowering and most can be rectified with improved care and maintenance. This article will help.
The world of daisy plants is diverse, all with different needs. However, one thing common to nearly all daisy varieties is deadheading, or removal of their spent blooms. Read here to learn how it's done.