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Yellow Daisy for the Garden

Yellow Daisy for the Garden

Posted by Tammy Sons on Dec 31, 1969

Sun exposure: Full Sun / Part Sun

Hardiness Zones: 2 to 11

Mature Height: 1 to 3 Feet

Spread: 12 to 18 Inches

Spacing: 18” to 24.”

Growth Rate: Moderate

Flowering Time: Summer / Fall

How Long It Flowers: 7 to 30 Days

Flower Color: Yellow, Orange

Soil Requirements: Loose, Well-Draining

Pruning: Prune Dead Stems during Fall

Flower Form: Yellow daisies are a species with tons of varieties; for example, they can be annuals, perennials, or biennials. Most are either orange or yellow with a brown or black seed as the head. This seed is the reason they can be called a brown-eyed Susan or black-eyed Susan. These flowers can have a mix of colors which depends on how you cultivated the seed; where they came from. Yellow daises should be spread out 18 to 24 inches to get the best growth rate possible; Bloom is best seen during the summer and fall. Most will survive the Winter season due to its hardy nature. Due to the fact these flowers germinate often, they can be considered weeds by most.