Well great news, I slept and slept last night!
I was looking up some information to get a shell fish license when the page showed endangered species so of course, I got side tracked and started looking at all the endangered species of both animals and plants.
Come to find out there's an endangered daisy. Oddly enough, the willamette daisy happens to be in my yard. So I got thinking, and I was wondering if anyone knew how to make starts off of those wild daisy so I can save the daisies. I actually thought it out.
My plan: Grow starts off of the willamette daisy
Transplant when healthy and big into the wild
My goal: Produce enough to plant around town, because if I put like 10 in one spot, 10 in another spot, etc etc, they will or so I think they will spread their own seed and begin the circle of life for the daisies. I think the seeds go air born, hence, if I can get around town planting them then over the massive years they will spread around other cities to more states, eventually producing them enough to get away from being endangered.
I've been disabled for years, but chose to work as a CNA til recently. My health won't let me do much, but I know it will let me garden. We're planning to put up a green house this summer anyhow, so I thought it was the perfect project. Last summer I had 3 lavendars (in pots so they dont go crazy), 5 mints (again in pots), 8 tomatoes plants, 2 thai peppers, 2 green peppers, 1 snap dragon, 2 pansies, lettuce, etc etc. I litterly had a plastic table outside and put a partian thing on it to make the table two layers and had a table garden.
So do any of you have ideas how to grow starts off of daisies?
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