Shasta daisy

Shasta Daisy Overview

Description Easy, always fresh, and always eye-catching, Shasta daisy is a longtime favorite. All cultivars produce white daisy flowers in various degrees of doubleness and size. The sturdy stems and long vase life make the flowers unbeatable for cutting. Shasta daisy thrives in well-drained, not overly rich soil. Taller sorts may need staking.
Genus Name Leucanthemum_ x _superbum
Common Name Shasta Daisy
Plant Type Perennial
Light Part Sun, Sun
Height 1 to 3 feet
Width 1 to 2 feet
Flower Color White
Season Features Fall Bloom, Summer Bloom
Special Features Attracts Birds, Cut Flowers, Good for Containers, Low Maintenance
Zones 5, 6, 7, 8
Propagation Division, Seed
Problem Solvers Drought Tolerant

More varieties for Shasta daisy

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'Alaska' Shasta daisy

Leucanthemum x superbum 'Alaska' bears 3-inch-wide single white flowerheads with yellow discs on 2- to 3-foot stems. The flowers start to bloom in early summer and continue through fall if deadheaded routinely. Zones 5-8

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'Becky' Shasta daisy

Leucanthemum x superbum 'Becky' is an award-winning variety with strong stems and 3-inch-wide white flowers. It's a vigorous grower to 40 inches tall. Zones 4-8

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'Cobham Gold' Shasta daisy

Leucanthemum x superbum 'Cobham Gold' has fully double white flowerheads with a yellow disc. These bloom from early summer to fall, carried singly atop 2-foot stems. Deadhead to prolong bloom time. The plants make sturdy clumps of 8-inch long dark green leaves. Zones 5-8

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