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Beginner Gardening: too late to plant gloriosa daisies in zone 5?

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Champaign, IL
(Zone 5b)

June 23, 2008
10:56 PM

Post #5149114

Is it too late for me to plant these seeds in my area? Are they perennial, or annuals that reseed? Thanks for any help in advance!

(Lynn) Omaha, NE
(Zone 5a)

June 24, 2008
6:16 PM

Post #5153149

You might still be able to plant them.The seeds germinate in 5-10 days at 70-75 degrees.Normally you would start them earlier,about 6-8 weeks before putting in the ground.They are short lived perennials,but they freely produce seed.You can gather it or let some fall to the ground and germinate.Lynn

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