Leucanthemum Becky, also known as Shasta Daisy, puts on a show with a large display of white flowers from spring through early fall. The huge 4 inch blooms are pure white with yellow centers on tall sturdy stems. Even though they are tall, they don’t usually require staking.
The deep green foliage has a shine and slight texture and contrasts nicely with the white flowers. Gardeners can enjoy them indoors also because they make great cut flowers for bouquets. Becky Leucanthemum also attracts butterflies but is deer and rabbit resistant.
Becky has average water requirements. It is easy to care for and will tolerate poor soils. It’s a fast growing perennials and establishes quickly. Once established it is drought tolerant.
Plant in full sun to part sun 20-30″ apart. The compact foliage grows 10-14″ tall and the blooms can reach 24-36″ tall.
Leucanthemum Becky is available in our Perennial Quart size category.
Sante Leucanthemum is a double bloom type of Shasta Daisy that has the wild appearance of a sea anemone. The finely textured blooms are pure white with a yellow button center on dense green foliage that stays close to the ground.
Sante blooms from early summer until the first frost. They attract butterflies while deer and rabbits find these unpalatable and tend to stay away. To promote re-blooming, either wait and remove the old blooms or cut a few for your table arrangements. Shasta Daisies make great cut flowers. There are many different varieties ranging from single bloom to double bloom to chose from.
Plant in full sun 18-24″ apart. Grows 24-36″ tall and 16-24″ wide.
Sante Leucanthemum is available in our Perennial Quart size category.