How to grow and care for Butter Daisy



Butter Daisy is really a cheerful easy to grow plant that actually performs well in hot, humid conditions. This particular plant produces bright yellow flowers. Butter Daisy spreads easily by seed, just make sure you remove faded flower heads to keep the plant tidy and to control the establishment of seedlings in the garden.

Furthermore, Butter Daisy is an ideal choice for beds, borders, and cutting gardens. This plant is perfect for all kinds of containers. Also cut flowers are long-lasting in fresh bouquets.



Details of the plant

The plant category: This plant is perennial.
The plant Colors: The plant colors are yellow.
The bloom time: The bloom time is summer.
The height range: The height range is between 8-16" (20-41cm).
The space range: The plant can be space 10-12" (25-30cm)
The lowest temperature: The lowest temperature is -10° to 0°F (-23° to -18°C).
The plant light:   The plant need full sun.
The companion plants: The companion plants are Dahlia, Salvia, Evolvulus.


Butter Daisy care

Feeding of plant: Make sure you apply a balanced liquid fertilizer monthly.
The watering of plant: Try as much as possible to keep the soil evenly moist.
The soil requirement:  This plant does best in a fertile, well-drained soil.


Summary

Butter Daisy is very easy to grow and can be grown virtually in any location. Make sure you plant in fertile, well-drained soil. Try as much as possible to keep the soil moist by watering freely in dry weather. Make sure you remove faded flowers for best display.

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