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Daisies

Discussion in 'Lawns' started by Freddy, Dec 29, 2017.

  1. Mark56

    Mark56 Gardener

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    I normally do what Monty does and sow grass seed in to modules which can then be used as patch fixes for lawns as they will already have a decent root system. I use them on bare patches or if I've taken out weeds, providing the ground isn't waterlogged or frozen :)
     
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    • Gail_68

      Gail_68 Beauty blooms in the garden as well as the heart.

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      @Freddy You can treat them as members have stated with good advice:blue thumb: but as long as your lawn mower as the spores off them on the blades they keep coming back...so it's a constant treater of the lawn to keep them at bay :)
       

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