The blooms on this plant are very unique and beautiful. Looks great in my gardens!
This type of daisy is very natural looking and looks great in a natural area. The flowers are amazing!!!
My plants were packaged poorly - the bag was all ripped but I did have nice instructions to follow, so far they are planted and doing well.
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Daisy Flowering Perennials are a Preferred Garden Plant and Ground Cover
Shasta Daisy was named after Mount Shasta, because its petals were the color of the snow. Some daisies are considered weeds, generally because it is easily naturalized, but the Shasta remains a prefered garden plant and groundcover.Shasta daisy looks similar to the familiar roadside daisy but has larger and more robust blooms. Shasta daisies tend to bloom in clumps from 2 to 3 feet tall and 1 to 2 feet wide. They bear all-white daisy petals, yellow disk florets, and contrasting glossy, dark green leaves.A commonly grown flowering herbaceous perennial plant, they are very low maintenance, and usually self-seeds - although if you wish to prevent that you should deadhead the daisy. Prefering full sun and well-drained soil, it will tolerate almost any conditions.
Daisy Flowering Perennial is a Clumping Bloom Perennial
When turned into a herb, Shasta Daisy is often used to help with aches and pains, also with liver disorders and can also help with fevers. Shasta daisies bloom over an extended period, from early summer until fall, forming tidy clumps. The bright flowers contrast nicely the dark green foliage, and will liven up any garden bed. Also suitable for cutting!
Charming, elegant, innocent, and versatile describe the effortless beauty of the perfect flower called the Shasta Daisy. They're easy to spot, too, with their pretty white petals, large yellow centers, and shiny dark leaves. Growing the plant on one's property is an excellent idea, because these flowers are low maintenance perennials that are simple to handle, and quickly form dense elegant colonies.
Like the sunny essence it imbues, the Shasta Daisy thrives in full sunlight and USDA zones of 4-10. The plant enjoys an average amount of water and is also drought-resistant but should avoid soggy soil. When deadheaded properly, this flower will delight admirers with its hardy blooms in June that extend through September. The plant can reach anywhere from 24 inches to 36 inches in height and attracts butterflies and bumblebees.
Many people find the flower appealing because it looks beautiful in a container as well as gracing a garden bed. The Shasta Daisy is also beautiful as cut flowers whose blooms last about ten days. The perfect flower makes for an excellent "garden roommate." Some companion flowers for Shasta Daisy include Daylilies, Salvia, Bee Balm, and Foxgloves. The Shasta Daisy likes her freedom and should be spaced between two and three feet apart when planted. Following the first frost, recommended cutting the daisies down to three inches above soil level.