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Bloom time: Summer to autumn.
Chrysanthemums are perennial flowering members of the aster family (Asteraceae), and the name broadly includes white-flowering varieties like the Shasta Daisy. Technically, the white-flowering types are of the genus Leucanthemum, but they are botanically similar enough to be grouped together here. Chrysanthemums were first cultivated as a flowering plant in China as far back as the 15th century BC. The leaves and flowers have long been used as medicinal tea, and some varieties, such as Edible Chrysanthemum and More...
Painted Daisies flash brilliantly from May to July in hot pink, bright fushia, deep rose and scarlet. Extremely easy to grow! Plants grow to heights of 90cm (3 ft) tall! In general, daisies are grown for masses of reliable blooms in late summer and autumn. Do not cover; germinates in 7 to 28 days. Pinch tips for bushier plants.
FL2320 A (0.5g) approximately 142 seeds
FL2320 B (5g) approximately 1425 seeds
FL2320 C (25g) approximately 7125 seeds
The Latin names for Shasta Daisy have changed over the past few years. We believe the most current, most correct Latin is Leucanthemum x superbum, but you will also see this flower listed under Chrysanthemum, Tanacetum, and even Pyrethrum. Whatever the case, these are the classic Shasta Daisies that grow to 30-90cm (12-24") tall and form perennial clumps over time. These clumps can be divided every three or four years. Big white flowers with sunny yellow centers that attract beneficial insects.
FL3201 A (2g) approximately 1660 seeds