Grow Shasta Daisy From Seed

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I started from seeds today, how often do I water and do they need to be in direct sunlight?
I have them in a planter. Thanks Mark


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Answer #2 · Gardenality.com's Answer · The only thing I can add to Addilyns sweet, short, to the point, and right answer, is that if you plan to transplant these daisy seedlings into a garden, wait until the plants have established a decent root system. Otherwise, just let them keep growing in the container. If you have lots of little seedlings come up, and you intend to leave them in the container, you might want to consider thinning them out a bit so there won't be so much competition among the roots of the plants for soil space.)


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Mark Felts · Gardenality Seed · Zone 8A · 10° to 15° F
Thanks for the help.

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Answer #1 · Addilyn Daniel's Answer · The seeds should be covered with an 1/8 of an inch of soil, preferably potting mix. Just keep the soil moist, not wet. The seeds should germinate in 10 to 20 days or so. The pot should be placed in as much sun as possible. Good luck!)


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