Always a gardener’s favorite and a staple of every floral display, Shasta Daisy is a perennial flowering plant that features white daisy petals and the bright sunny yellow center. This perennial grows to a maximum height of 3’ and will bloom from early Spring and continue well into September. Shasta Daisy is the perfect choice for a cut flower, with blooms lasting up to 2 weeks in an indoor arrangement. Germination tested for current year.
Shasta Daisy is a perennial classic that is easy to sow, easy to grow and very hardy. A great flower for the weekend or fair-weather gardener, Shasta Daisies are very easy to maintain and are drought tolerant.
Plant duration: Perennial.
Hardiness: Hardy. Can stand drought.
Soil type: Any.
Seed sowing spacing: 6-12 inches.
Seed sowing depth: 1/16 inches from the soil surface.
Seed sowing time: March-May.
Seed germination: 2-4 weeks from the time the seeds are sown.
Sun exposure: Complete to partial.
Growth: Easy. In the first year of sowing seeds, only plant appears. Flowers bloom in the second year.
Bloom period: April-September.
Physical Appearance: -Plant height: 1-3 feet. -Flower color: White with Yellow colored center. -Flower size: 4 inches across. -Leaves: Bluish-Green colored, smooth textured leaves.