Shasta Daisies brilliant yellow centers and white petals. They are larger than normal daisies, ideal companion plants for other plants that prefer the same warmth and dry growing conditions. They add color, style, and beauty to your garden while providing the food most butterflies and other wildlife need to sustain life.
Planting Shasta Daisies, If you seed directly, expect blooms the following spring after one season's growth. Digging every three to five years and dividing the overgrown clumps before relocating expands your daisy bed and keeps the plants healthy.
Shasta Daisy Seeds (Chrysanthemum Maximum) - Open Pollinated Non-GMO
Attract butterflies to your garden - Blooms early spring through fall
CLASSIC PERENNIAL tend to bloom in clumps from 2 -3 feet tall 1 -2 feet wide
84% Germination Rate - Planting Zone: 3 through 9 - Full Sun Daisy
3,000 Seeds Per Packet - Hill Creek Seeds - Idaho USA