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Chrysanthemum maximum
Chrysanthemum maximum
Common Name: Shasta Daisy
Shasta Daisies form dense colonies once established. Native to Europe, it has naturalized throughout all regions of the United States. The white petalled flowers with golden yellow centers are borne individually on single erect stems. Compared to its cousin, the Ox-Eyed Daisy, Shasta Daisies generally grow 6 to 12 inches taller and have a larger flower head diameter. The improved varieties of this hardy and beloved perennial are wonderful grown as a specimen, as an accent in perennial border and in naturalistic landscapes. They are effective planted in front of native wildflowers that may become leggy or have less attractive foliage. Shasta Daisies will attract butterflies, are great cut flowers for garden bouquets, and even work well in large containers. Plant with Purple Coneflowers, and the Black-eyed Susan 'Indian Summer' for a long season of bloom.
Height: 12-36 Inches
Spread: 24-36 Inches
USDA Hardiness Zone: 4-9