Cutting back daisies for a lush summer flora

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Daisies are frugal in their care. However, they like a vigorous pruning after the first flowering and thank it with a lush second summer flor.

Somerflor after pruning the marguerite

Daisies have long been among the classics in the garden. As in the open air, they also enjoy great popularity as trunks in the tub or in the balcony box. This perennial plant is available in purple, red, pink or yellow shades. But the best known is by far the white marguerite with her yellow eye in the middle of the flower.

Also because of its uncomplicated care, the marguerite has taken a prominent place among the flowering shrubs.
It is enough if it is poured regularly and occasionally fertilized. From time to time, however, it should also be cut back. This little effort rewards her with a radiant pile.

Optical pleasure with little effort

If you cut back their daisies, they encourage the flowering will of their basket-pet and strengthen their growth.

The summer cut

The first pruning can be done in July, then the first flower ends. Cut back the daisies vigorously. Up to a third of the plant height. Then, the marguerite soon makes new flowers and there is a second flower florets, for the same summer, nothing in the way.

The autumn cut

In the autumn, towards the end of September or the beginning of October, cut down your flowering plant a second time before hibernation.
So the plant can gather new strength to be able to drive out magnificently again next spring.

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