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Shasta Daisy is a perennial plant that blooms from late spring to early fall.

Shasta Daisy

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Shasta Daisies grow better in fertile soil

They require little maintenance and provides its perky blossoms. Fertile soil is helpful for better blossoms healthy, green foliage. Little shade but not the direct sun will provide beautiful classic daisies for a natural filler in your garden. Deadheading is important for future heavier growth. They are a short-lived perennial plant that needs to be replanted every few years. Cut stems are long lasting and encourage more blooms on the plant. After last blooms in September, cut back the foliage severely to encourage growth for the following spring. In many locations, the foliage will stay evergreen all year.

Shasta Daisy is a perennial plant that blooms from late spring to early fall.

It exhibits white petals and a yellow center. Classic detail for a daisy and light scent. It grows 2-3 feet tall and has lush green stems and foliage. The Shasta Daisy is world renown. It has been increasing in 1-2 foot clumps of deep green and pure white glory for ages. There are several varieties of the daisy, and all have excellent characteristics: the Becky, Tinkerbell, Snowlady, and Esther Road to name a few. The cultivar T. E. Killin has gained the Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit.

Shasta Daisies are hardy and easy to care for

They require little maintenance and provides its perky blossoms. Fertile soil is helpful for better blossoms healthy, green foliage. Little shade but not the direct sun will provide beautiful classic daisies for a natural filler in your garden. Deadheading is important for future heavier growth. They are a short-lived perennial plant that needs to be replanted every few years. Cut stems are long lasting and encourage more blooms on the plant. After last blooms in September, cut back the foliage severely to encourage growth for the following spring. In many locations, the foliage will stay evergreen all year.

Shasta Daisies flowers provide perky summer blooms, offering the look of the traditional daisy along with evergreen foliage that lasts year round in many locations. When you learn how to grow Shasta daisy, you’ll find it to be the perfect, low maintenance perennial for naturalizing and filling in bare spots in the landscape. It adds tall, proud, and sturdy flowers and foliage to any landscape. The classic character of the Shasta Daisy and it's white color makes it a favorite florist must have. It is perfect for a sunny spring or summer bouquet or summer wedding filler.
It is named after Mount Shasta in Washington State.

Shasta Daisy Ships as Bare Root 

 

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