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Shasta Daisy, Leucanthemum × Superbum is a Beautiful Flowering Perennial


This perennial is a favorite among casual gardeners and cut-flower enthusiasts who know this simple, lovely flower brings sunshine to any landscape or room. Shasta Daisy is similar to the roadside wildflower that dots American fields and roadsides. Still, it has been bred to consistently return and multiply every year while producing more abundant, more vibrant blooms. Each plant produces clumps of multiple stems that grow to a height of 2-3 feet and will span 2 feet across. Each stem features thick, dark green foliage and is topped with a flower featuring a bright yellow round center surrounded by a row of white petals. Hardy in zones 3-9, Shasta Daisy prefers full sun but will tolerate partial shade. It will grow in almost any soil condition but thrives in well-drained loam. Planted in the spring, Shasta Daisies will reward gardeners with flowers from late spring through early fall. Removing spent blooms encourage more to grow, and cutting flowers will only help the plants spread.

Shasta Daisy, Leucanthemum × Superbum is a Tall Blooming Choice for Rear Bordering and Mixed Flower Gardening


The tall blooms make an excellent rear border for a mixed flower garden, and they bring rustic simplicity to areas along walkways and fences. Shasta Daisy may not be the same as a roadside cousin, but it will bring naturalized beauty to any setting and can even be grown in containers for portable appeal. These very low-maintenance beauties are a must for novice gardeners, and children will appreciate the butterflies they attract and have flowers to cut to surprise visitors. Shasta Daisy is merely a Can't-do-without favorite that will continue to add charm to its surroundings for years to come.

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It has white petals and yellow centers. Its leaves are thin and have some purple or red streaks on them. The flower blooms in early summer.  The Shasta daisy is the most beautiful flower in the world. The scientific name of Shasta Daisy is Chrysanthemum maximum. The Shasta daisy is native to California and is named after Mount Shasta, the volcano first discovered in the 1830s by John Bidwell.

They have since become quite popular, found in many gardens, and even grown in some regions as a perennial. This evergreen perennial grows to 3 feet tall and blooms mid-spring through summer. It has a vase-like form, with a cascading head of soft yellow flowers 1 to 3 inches wide. The leaves are gray-green and lobed, and they appear again in fall.

Shasta daisies makeup one of the most popular varieties and are often grown in temperate regions annually. Shasta daisies are hardy, long-lasting flowers that can be planted in spring or fall and produce beautiful blooms all summer long. To grow Shasta daisies, start by picking a location with total sun exposure and well-drained soil rich in organic content. These plants need fertile soil for optimal growth. The soil should also be kept moist to help them develop strong roots quickly.

When it comes to fertilization, these plants need very little help from you once they've been planted. A simple side-dressing with compost or manure once or twice during the growing season is plenty to keep your new plants healthy. Shasta daisies have large, showy flowers with yellow centers surrounded by white petals. 

Height at maturity: 2 to 3 feet

Hardiness: zones 3 to 9

Sunlight: partial, full sun

Ship as: Bareroot

 Shasta Daisy is a popular flower among gardeners because it is easy to grow and has different colors

 For this reason, many brides use it as part of their bouquet or decorate with it at their wedding. You can plant them alone or with other flowers like daffodils, tulips, and irises. Plant them in groupings of three or six for visual interest and color contrast.

Purchase Shasta daisy because it is an easy-to-grow plant that you can quickly grow from seed or purchase one of the many plants sold for home use. In addition to its use as an ornamental plant, the Shasta daisy has been used in alternative herbal medicine to treat cancer. In one study of 12 women with breast cancer, researchers found that applying a diluted extract of the flowers to the skin reduced pain and swelling symptoms. More research is needed to confirm this finding. The Shasta daisy has also been used to treat malaria, asthma, and inflammation. It has been reported toxic to animals if ingested in large quantities. 

Shasta daisies for sale attract beautiful butterflies with bright colors and patterns to your garden. Butterflies are beneficial for your health as they pollinate plants and help them grow bigger and stronger by carrying pollen from plant to plant. Butterflies often stay at shasta daisy plants for food as they feed on their nectar from spring until late summer. Shasta daisies also attract birds to your garden with tasty treats such as seeds, nectar, and petals.


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Shasta Daisy - Leucanthemum x superbum Hardy Planting Zones - 5-8 Sun or Shade - Full Sun Mature Height - 24-36" Mature Width - 24" Bloom Season - Summer to Fall (July to October) Gardener Status - Beginner
Planting Zones 3-9
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  • 5
    Shasta Daisy

    Such a beautiful bloom when mixed with other perennial flowers. A big joy for a gardener when this fully blooms as it perfectly defines its yellow color.

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