Daisies

Decorating with Daisies

Daisies are a very simple yet delightful type of flower that you can enjoy for any occasion. The most common type of daisy is the white daisy but some of the different types of wild daisies are yellow in color. Daisies are also cheaper than most other types of popular flowers so you can save plenty of money using them to decorate with instead. African daises are available in a full range of colors including yellow, orange, red, crimson, and purple.

One of the difficulties with creating floral centerpieces is the size. You don't want to use tall flowers that make it hard to see around them. Daisies not only make a beautiful centerpiece they are short enough that they won't be in the way. Daisies also go quite well with any other colors you may be using for the theme of the event so you won't have to worry about the colors being out of balance.

Many people decorate with simple pillar candles because they enjoy the look, but it can leave the decorations looking bare. Adding a simple wreath of daises around the bottom of the candle or even in the middle can transform it into something more elegant. The cost is very low and it only takes a couple of minutes to complete it.

Florists know how to mix and match daisies to make a very unique type of floral arrangement for any occasion. A combination of pink and whiten ones is a great gift to celebrate the addition of a baby girl to the family. An exotic mixture of different colored daises can be given for a graduation, promotion, or retirement. Daises are also combined with other types of flowers to make something very unique. They work well with mums and carnations.

Growing daises can provide your landscaping with a very simple yet elegant design to enjoy. If you are new to the concepts of gardening then daises are one of the best types of flowers for you to learn with. They are simple to plant, grow in a variety of conditions, and they don't need too much care other than regular watering. They do grow better in areas where they get plenty of direct sunlight though.

Daises are classified as annual flowers so once you plant the seeds they will grow again each year for you. You will need to have a fairly large area for the garden though because daisies tend to multiple and take up more room as the years go by. Most insects and animals don't bother daisies either so you don't have to worry about these types of nuisance destroying your garden.

It is important to remember that your daises won't bloom the first year in which you plant them. Don't let this discourage you though because the beautiful garden of daises you will have the following year will be well worth the wait. Fresh daises last for several days once they have been cut so you can enjoy them inside of your home on a regular basis as well.

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