Shasta daisies, with their white petals surrounding yellow centers, are similar to the familiar meadow daisy, but have larger and more abundant blooms.
Shasta daisies bloom over along period, from early summer until fall, forming tidy clumps from 2 to 3 feet tall and up to 2 feet across. The bright flowers contrast nicely with the glossy, dark green foliage, livening up any garden bed. The flowers are also suitable for cutting. This beautiful perennial is attractive to bees and butterflies. Zones 3 - 10.
Other Names: Chrysanthemum superbum, Leucanthemum superbum, white flowers