These cheerful little Daisy’s are a favorite in my yard. I love how they come in different colors, pinks, purples, whites , a nice blend to look at each day. They stay blooming from spring to fall and are pretty much a “bush” . In the last few years I’ve taken clippings to propagate and plant around the yard. Now that I have several of them going it was time to collect their seeds. It’s a long delicate operation because these little flowers make even smaller seeds that can blow away with a breath of air. Literally.
I’ve decided to collect two ways, one by snatching up the fuzzy seed heads and another is simply brush them off some rocks that I shoved under one of the bushes. This way, when the wind blows the seeds, they collect on the rock, making collection a little easier.