English Daisy (Bellis Perennis) Double Mix Seeds are compact and 6-8 inch tall when fully matured and they can produce 2 inch double flowers with yellow button centers in an abundance of different shades such as white, pink, red and bicolors in spring and summer. They are perfect when mixed with pansies and violas, in the garden with different spring bulbs or in pots. These plants prefer part shade and require regular moisture.
In order to get optimal results when planting English Daisy Seeds it is best to sow them in cell packs or flats. The choice is up to the gardener, but either one should obtain optimal results. Press them into the soil and barely cover them. Scatter them at the top of the soil lightly. Ensure that they are light to aid with germination. They should be kept at 70 degrees Fahrenheit and it should take between 7-21 days to mature. After this time they should be planted into the garden and kept at least 6 inches apart.