In nature, daisies are more than modest flowers. In principle, this applies to many wild plants, the purpose of which is - withstand and multiply in different, not always pleasant, conditions... For that person and grows decorative varietiesto emphasize their appearance, make them more lush, bright, enlarge the inflorescence and give it additional touches.
Decorative daisies are divided into two types - indoor and outdoor... Both those and others are larger in size than their wild relatives and most often have a double, pompom shape. They are designed to fulfill an aesthetic function, to plant greenery at home and household plots. Potted varieties are the most beautiful... But they require certain conditions for growing.
Pompom daisy, which is often sold in mixtures (different colors in one package) - more resistant to external influences, frost-resistant. She does not require special attention to herself, although she has some preferences. For instance, the soil for this flower must be sufficiently drained. On wet, it sometimes vomits. In a drought, it will not hurt to water the plant, as well as feed it from time to time. Potassium chloride and ammonium nitrate are perfect for this business.
If you have purchased seeds, then they need to be sown at the end of June... In this case, the daisy will bloom only the next year. You can also cut or split bushes... A garden daisy is capable of self-seeding, but in this case, it will eventually lose its lush shape and take on a simpler appearance.
Daisies bloom at the end of May and can continue to bloom until the very cold.