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English Daisies

Posted by eric_wa (ejellison@rockisland.com) on
Fri, Apr 6, 07 at 21:04

Growing in the lawn.
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Eric


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RE: English Daisies

Pretty! Is the fushia/pinkish toned one a daisy, too?

I've heard of people planting or letting perennials & bulbs and grass grow until blooming is done then mow the lawn...I think that would be cool...somedaay I'll take a section of the yard and try that...do you do this?

juanita


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Yes, both are daisies. You can see its more of a meadow than a groomed lawn.
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Eric


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RE: English Daisies

Nice Eric!
I remember this one from last year.
Konrad


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Thanks Konrad,

This years photo, same as last years subject.

Eric


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RE: English Daisies

Nice pics!
Juanita, I heard you can plant crocus and tulips under a deciduous tree, like birch. By the time the leaves block the light, the flowers are done blooming.
JoanMN/FL


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Very pretty. My favorites. But! I don't think I am going to have any this year. We had a couple days of very warm weather then it snowed,freezing rain and very cold temps so most of my spring flowers went by the wayside. Will be able to tell whenever the weather warms up what was wasted.


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