Common Daisy, also known as Lawn Daisy, is a biennial variety, which grows up to 15 centimetres in height, and produces an abundance of beautiful flowers. Common Daisy flowers, with the lovely ligulate white petals and a yellow centre, are ideal for decorating lawns and green spaces.
Growing: sow the seeds in covered planter boxes or in a seedbed in July. The seeds are very small, therefore they need to be pressed into the soil and covered with 1 to 2mm worth of soil. The seeds germinate in 7 to 14 days at 16-20°C. Alternatively, the seeds can be sown with grass seeds when planting a new lawn. In case of lawns that are already developed, sow the seeds in early spring or in the summer, after the lawn has been mown. Having sown the seeds, rake up the lawn so that the seeds settle comfortably in the soil. You can grow the seeds in any type of soil in medium moist soils in sunny or semi-shaded positions.
Each packet contains 0.2g of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 1200 seeds (+/- 20%)