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  • Dilly3Dilly3 Posts: 91

    Thanks all for your advice,

    as the seedlings have just been potted on I will have to wait for the roots to fill out again, but don't think that will take too long . I was really surprised to see such good strong roots in the plugs. When they are ready I will plant  some into the grass, save some for planting at a later date, maybe the spring and I might just sprinkle a few seeds in the grass and see what happens. I am looking forward to next summer when my grass should be covered in daisies, the OH is'nt ?

  • Dilly3Dilly3 Posts: 91

    The  Daisy plants are now growing really well, I have planted them all over the lawn. 

    I think I shall have to put up a sign saying " please don't walk on  the daisies" ? and I don't want to cut the grass now In case I ruin them. 

    I wonder when they will flower. 

  • Nanny BeachNanny Beach Posts: 8,669

    My wildflower meadow is coming along nicely, will get no; 2 daughter to take some pics at the weekend, lawn is now overrun with clover, never seen soe much but with 2 dogs never going to having a bowling green.

  • Dilly3Dilly3 Posts: 91

    imageLook what's flowering in my garden this week. It's survived the light covering of snow we had this week. Hopefully more will follow. 

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    Gardening in Central Norfolk on improved gritty moraine over chalk ... free-draining.

  • B3B3 Posts: 26,954


    In London. Keen but lazy.
  • Nanny BeachNanny Beach Posts: 8,669

    My daisies are flowering all over my wildflower turf!

  • I'm in the mind to return my front lawn to a wilder lawn. Being in the tradeI feel I should have a showy front garden but I do love the thought of the kiddies rolling about in the daisies when the sun's out. 

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