Hi super noodle - yes it's a grass lawn that I have introduced daisies too and am encouraging to take over. Daisies not only look pretty but they really do stay greener and lush in drought and tolerate both sun and deep shade areas. We are on solid clay here on bottom of the South Downs so they don't mind wet feet either!. The acid in dog pee doesn't kill them either like normal grass so no more bald patches!
Hi mrsgarden - we mow it at least every two weeks, but weekly if wet and warm. Every month we use the mulching setting on the lawn mower which finely shreds the lawn cuttings and leaves them on top (you don't see it like normal grass clippings). We only do this to try and spread any daisy seeds to propagate. Now I have sown daisy seeds in the greenhouse I hope to fill in bald areas with plugs.