Shasta daisy not blooming

by Regina
This year I put in a Shasta daisy and the plant is very health but no blooms.Can someone explain.Thanks
  7 answers
  • Susan Cryor Susan Cryor on Aug 04, 2015
    Stop fertilizer plants will not flower if you give too much fertilizer google it and think about your watering as well.
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Aug 04, 2015
    To answer your question I need to know where you planted the daisy. It needs full sun.Never fertilize perrenials until one year of established growth.
  • Jan Goodin Jan Goodin on Aug 04, 2015
    Full sun Regina and I agree do not fertilize or you'll get lotsa foliage no blooms.
  • Regina Regina on Aug 04, 2015
    Hi gets full sun and I don't think I over fertilized it.Is anyone else having trouble typing ?Is it my computer ??
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Aug 04, 2015
    Regina you mentioned you don't think you used to much fertilizer. Rule of thumb perennials do not get fed until after one year of established growth. When the weather is cool enough transplant into a different location.
  • Lynn Valois Lynn Valois on Aug 04, 2015
    it usually takes one yr. to get perennials established. Usually after any minimal growth, I will cut the plant back this way it is not stressed and can concentrate on root growth.
  • Barbara Barbara on Aug 22, 2021

    I potted my shasta daisy and put it in the sun in my garden. All the new leaves died and I cut them off. Should I just leave it alone until spring?