The Dirty Gardener Alaska Shasta Daisy Flowers, 200 Seeds/1 Gram
Shasta Daisy Seeds Leucanthemum x superbum (Asteraceae). A hardy perennial, forming dense colonies once established. This daisy has naturalized throughout all regions of the United States. The white petaled flowers with golden yellow centers are borne individually on single erect stems. Prefers full sun to partial shade in fertile soil. Height: 1-3 feet. USDA Zones: 4-10. Sunset Zones: A1-A3, 1-24, 28-43, H1Growing tips: Start seeds in sunny window, in spring or early summer or direct seed in the garden. Where winters are mild, may be sown outdoors in late summer or fall. Seeds need light to sprout, so barely press into soil. Mulch to help overwinter in northern climates. Expect bloom the following spring after one season's growth. Planting depth: 1/16 to 1/8-inch Germination: 10-20 days. Optimum soil temperature for germination: 70F. Space plants 12 to 24 inches apart. Blooming period: June-July. Suggested use: Excellent as a ground cover or border plant since the foliage is attractive and remains green all year. An ideal cut flower, lasting up to 10 days in arrangements.
- Everyone loves daisies brightening up their gardens
- Hardy perennials which form dense colonies once established
- Naturalized throughout all regions of the U.S. and prefer full to partial shade
- Can grow from 1 to 3 feet in height depending on soil
- Great as ground cover or border plant since foliage is attractive and green all year