Botanical Name - Leucanthemum 'Daisy Chain' – NEW
Common Name - Shasta Daisy
Description - Leucanthemum are commonly known as Shasta daisies and are well known in gardens of yesteryear. Daisy Chain has large, showy semi-double white flowers with yellow centres rise above attractive glossy dark green foliage. Flowering from late spring to early summer. Repeat blooms into early autumn. Flowers are held on strong stems well above the foliage. ‘Daisy Chain’ will attract butterflies to your garden.
Flower Time - Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
Size - Grows to 35cm high x 60cm wide.
Use - As a swathe across the garden or grown in containers to move around as desired. Flowers last well picked for floral table decorations. Plants attract butterflies to your garden.
Position - Full sun
Maintenance - Easy care once established. Remove spent flowers to prolong flowering. Water during extended dry periods.
At a Glance
- Full sun
- Garden or pots
- Butterfly attracting