Shasta Daisy

Shasta Daisy - Seeds & Bulbs

Shasta Daisy
Alaska

Chrysanthemum maximum)

Large, single flowers, 3" to 5" wide in bright white with a very long bloom period for a perennial make shasta daisy an ideal addition to the perennial garden. Plants are easy to grow from seed, and are long-lived. Cut stems can be placed in food coloring and water to make long-lasting colored cut flowers.

Flower Type: Perennial
Bloom Time: summer to fall
Height: 2' to 4'
Exposure: Sun or part shade

Seeds per Pound: 436,000
Seeding Rate: l lb per 7,300 sq. ft.; 6 lbs. per acre

When to Sow Outside: 2 to 3 weeks before average last frost or in late fall. Plant as late as 2 months before first fall frost.
When to Sow Inside: 4 to 6 weeks before last frost.
Seed Depth: surface
Seed Spacing: 1"
Days to Emerge: 10 - 15
Thinning: When 1 - 2" tall thin to 1' to 2' apart

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