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 Why Are My Shasta Daisy Plants Wilting?

Answer Perennial gardeners who plant low-maintenance plants know that Shasta daisies belong in borders of daylilies, coneflowers and August lilies. Given a brunch of well-rotted compost each spring, they ... Read More »
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The Difference Between Alaska Shasta & Super Shasta Daisy?

In the late 19th century, gardener and flower enthusiast Luther Burbank sought to create a large-blossomed, long-stemmed daisy for cutting and floral arrangements. The end-product of his many trial... Read More »
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How do I plant a Shasta daisy?

PreparationChoose a location for the Shasta daisies that gets full sun exposure for single flower types and full or partial sun exposure for double flower types.Prepare the soil by tilling it to a ... Read More »
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Is a shasta daisy a periennial?

Created in 1890, the shasta daisy (Leucanthemum X superbum) is a perennial that can be cultivated in USDA zones 5 to 9 in full sunlight. The plant blooms from early summer until early fall with bri... Read More »
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What does it mean when a shasta daisy plant falls over?

Shasta daisies fall over when their stems get too long. Insuring the plant gets full sun and is in well-drained and fertilized soil can prevent stems from becoming leggy and plants from falling ove... Read More »
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