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WANTED: Daisy type rooted plants

Posted by auntlissa z4SD (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 15, 07 at 13:57

I'm starting a Daisy garden in memory of my faithful Bulldog, Daisy. I have quite a few seeds, but am looking for perennial daisy type plants that are hardy in zone 4.

I also am looking for a planter in good condition, either ceramic or ceramic looking that I can put a fountain in (approximately 17" deep).

I have a few irises - purple that could use a new home. Otherwise I have houseplants that I can root or can trade for homemade candles (votives - highly scented and yummy).


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RE: WANTED: Daisy type rooted plants

I have Shasta Daisies, very hardy. I live in WY and they've done great. What type of houseplants do you have? lmk

RE: WANTED: Daisy type rooted plants

I have shasta daisy seeds and also a wild type of daisy that grows very well ( a little too well sometimes) around here, I am in z5 so they will probably grow there too. What kinds of perennial seeds do you have?

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