Sowing Guide

How to Sow Mixed Colour Daisy Seeds

How to Sow Mixed Colour Daisy Seeds

Mixed colour daisy is a spreading bedding favourite, which originates from Western Australia. Once in bloom expect a stunning array of colourful white, blue and violet, with yellow centred flowers. This hardy plant grows to a maximum height of 1 to 3 feet, with a spread of 1.5 feet. This makes it perfect for containers, pots, windowsills, rockeries, bedding and as a border plant. Popular and easy to grow in British weather conditions, our mixed colour daisy is a gardeners favourite.

Growing Advice for Mixed Colour Daisy from Seed

  • Can be sown and grown indoors in a heated room or propagator, at a temperature between 18 to 21c.
  • The germination period takes between 10 to 21 days, keeping the soil moist but well drained. Maintain the correct temperature mentioned above, covering the seeds with a fine layer of seed compost.
  • Ensure the seeds are not fully covered, spreading sparingly. Mixed daisy seeds need light to germinate. Be sure not to over water, only add water if the compost becomes dry.
  • When the mixed colour daisy seedlings reach a height of 5″ they will be ready to transplant with a plant spacing of 2″.
  • When transplanting to their final location, gradually acclimatize the plants once the last frost has passed and the ground has warmed up.

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