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Thanks for all your replys about splitting a clump if Shasta Daisys may I ask another question I took six cuttings from plant in august only two left not looking great are they difficult to root?




The best way to propagate this is by dividing the clump in spring. Every small clump with a leaf shoot will produce a new clump. Either replant directly or pot up for later.

3 Nov, 2009


Volunteer's absolutely right - and anyway, a clump of shasta daisies is usually twice the size at the end of a season as it was at the beginning, I find it quite invasive. Dig up the clumps and split.

3 Nov, 2009

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