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Frost on dimorphoteca

Frost on dimorphoteca


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Question: frost on dimorphoteca


Because of the chill of these days my daisies planted in the ground, have suffered, how should I behave pruning or is there nothing left to do and I have to uproot them?
thank you very much

Answer: frost on dimorphoteca


Dear Tany,
the amount of years caused by frost depends on the depth to which the cold has come: if it is perennial daisies and still have healthy root bread, a good pruning of the part ruined by frost and the daisies will return to germinate quickly. If the plants were recently purchased in the nursery, and were grown in a tempered greenhouse, the chances that they can still sprout are low, because the thermal shock may have ruined the entire plant.



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