When Do Daisies Bloom?
Daisies typically bloom in the beginning of summer. The blooming period for the flower lasts until the early fall months.
Daisies grow all over the world and they are fairly easy to plant and maintain. Annual varieties of daisies bloom the first year while perennial versions do not bloom until the second or third year after planting. The germination period for the plants is 10 to 21 days, though the exact time depends on the variety planted. Daisies require very little care throughout the year other than watering and minor fertilizing. They grow well in both sunny and partially shaded areas.