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Based on 4 reviews
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C.K. (Wisconsin)
Too short of bloom life

For three years now I have enjoyed the anticipation of the daisy blooms. While they form a beautiful full clump of daisies, they last less than a month before they turn brown and stop blooming. I’m disappointed and will likely pull them out in the fall.

C
C.G. (New Mexico)
Flowers

The flowers were listed for my growing zone but it was too hot and they died.

Hello Carmen! I'm sorry to hear your new plants didn't survive the heat. This plant tolerates some light shade, particularly in hot summer climates or when plants are grown in dry soils. USDA growing zones use the average annual minimum temperature to assign plants hardiness zone ratings to your region. Our plants are assigned hardiness zones based on the lowest temperate they will survive. This system isn't foolproof though! If your plant died before the end of our 30 day guarantee, let us know and we'll be happy to replace your plant or refund you.

For more information on growing zones check out our blog:
https://www.greatgardenplants.com/blogs/content/what-are-the-usda-hardiness-zones

G
G.M. (Tennessee)
Happy Shasta Daisies

My pretty little daisies are so happy and should flower very soon!

L
L.J.

Great Packaging!

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
75%
(3)
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(0)
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(0)
0%
(0)
25%
(1)
C
C.K. (Wisconsin)
Too short of bloom life

For three years now I have enjoyed the anticipation of the daisy blooms. While they form a beautiful full clump of daisies, they last less than a month before they turn brown and stop blooming. I’m disappointed and will likely pull them out in the fall.

C
C.G. (New Mexico)
Flowers

The flowers were listed for my growing zone but it was too hot and they died.

Hello Carmen! I'm sorry to hear your new plants didn't survive the heat. This plant tolerates some light shade, particularly in hot summer climates or when plants are grown in dry soils. USDA growing zones use the average annual minimum temperature to assign plants hardiness zone ratings to your region. Our plants are assigned hardiness zones based on the lowest temperate they will survive. This system isn't foolproof though! If your plant died before the end of our 30 day guarantee, let us know and we'll be happy to replace your plant or refund you.

For more information on growing zones check out our blog:
https://www.greatgardenplants.com/blogs/content/what-are-the-usda-hardiness-zones

G
G.M. (Tennessee)
Happy Shasta Daisies

My pretty little daisies are so happy and should flower very soon!

L
L.J.

Great Packaging!