Kathleen Kelly was right about so many things, wasn’t she? (You’ve Got Mail reference in case you missed it.) This Shasta daisy won 2003 Perennial Plant of the Year, and we think a big part of the reason is how resiliently friendly it is. The large, white, single blooms surround a sunny yellow center and are supported by 3-4ft tall, strong stems that don’t need staking and look delightful, and last ‘forever,’ in a vase. This optimist even stands up to strong rains.
A late bloomer that looks at home almost anywhere, from a natural and rustic, cottage setting to more formal estate beds.
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