Shasta Daisy Daisy May Description
Shasta Daisy May® Leucanthemum is a showstopping sun perennial that is simply wonderful!
We honestly have never seen such petal-to-petal coverage like this before in a Shasta Daisy.There are so many blooms - you can't even see the foliage! Every garden needs one!
3"" wide single white flowers with golden yellow centers on mounded and compact plants at 18-24"" tall that bloom earlier than other shastas.
Flowers are great for cutting & bouquets and last for up to two weeks in a vase. Daisy May® will REBLOOM reliably later in summer if deadheaded after its main flush of blooms. You will love these blooms and so will the butterflies!
Older daisy varieties can get knocked over under adverse weather conditions. The strong stems of Daisy May® offer just the right support needed to keep the daisy flowers facing upright for an impressive performance in the perennial garden.
Daisies or Shasta daisies (Leucanthemum) grow well in full sun or part shade (morning or afternoon) They appreciate well-drained soil and lots of water to perform their best.
Special Features: Butterfly Lovers,Cut Flower,Easy Care, Heat Tolerant, Long Blooming, Reblooming
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- Botanical Name:
Leucanthemum superbum Daisy May
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- Sun Exposure:
Sun, Part Shade
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- Height x Width:
18-24" x 24"
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- Bloom Season:
Border, Cottage Gardening, Massing, Naturalizing, Specimen
- Cannot Ship to:
AK,CAN, HI, PR
- Patent #:'Daisy Duke' PP21,914
Ideas and How-to's
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Soil: Average, dry to medium, well-drained soils. Good soil drainage is essential. Wet soils in winter can be fatal.Light: Does well in full sun. Tolerates some light shade, particularly in hot summer climates or when plants are being grown in dryish soils.
Water: Dry to medium -- Water regularly until established
Spacing: 18 - 24 inches
Fertilizing: Spring application of a timed release, or organic fertilizer
Winterizing: No special care needed. May leave spent blooms on plants over winter for reseeding, and providing interest to birds in the winter garden. Clean up spent foliage in early spring as plants emerge.
Maintenance & Pruning: Remove spent flower heads, and trim back stems to about 12? after flowering to encourage rebloom. Center of clumps will weaken, so divide clumps as needed (every 2-3 years) to maintain vigor.
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