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Shasta Daisy Leucanthemum superbum 
1. Alaska
One of the oldest but still one of the best, 'Alaska' is the classic Shasta Daisy and is the most common cultivar available. This is the hardiest strain of Shasta available.   Click to display 'Alaska' tag image 24"-36" 16"-20" 4-9 4" Green
2. Amazing Daisies™ Banana Cream
The 4-5" wide flowers are lemon yellow when they open, brightening to light butter yellow and finally to creamy white as they mature. Cut flowers last up to two weeks! This plant has nicely compact, dark green foliage and increased disease tolerance.   Click to display 'Amazing Daisies™ Banana Cream' tag image 15"-18" 18"-24" 5-9 PW 1.0 Gallon
3. Amazing Daisies™ Daisy May
This award-winning Proven Winner selection has clean, white daisies that bloom in abundance from compact, well behaved plants growing 12-24" tall with dark green foliage.   Click to display 'Amazing Daisies™ Daisy May' tag image 12"-24" 12"-16" 5-9 PW 1.0 Gallon
4. Angel Daisy
A long-blooming dwarf Shasta Daisy with double anemone-type flowers. The flowers appear late spring to early summer but will continue to flower throughout the season when regularly deadheaded. The lightly fragrant flowers will attract butterflies.   Click to display 'Angel Daisy' tag image 10"-12" 10"-12" 5-9 8" Green
5. Becky
Copious amounts of very large, single, white blooms are produced atop strong stems which are ideal for cutting. Despite its height, this variety does not usually require staking.   Click to display 'Becky' tag image 36"-42" 18"-24" 5-9 8" Green
6. Broadway Lights
This profuse bloomer is constantly covered with flowers. They open bright yellow, lighten to a soft butter shade, and then turn white when mature. Sturdy, reliable, and easy.   Click to display 'Broadway Lights' tag image 18"-24" 20"-24" 5-9 1 Gallon White
7. Crazy Daisy
No two blooms are alike on this fringed and frilly, semi to fully double Shasta Daisy. Two inch wide, solid white petals surround a small buttery center. This selection is noted for its prolific flowering tendancy.   Click to display 'Crazy Daisy' tag image 24"-28" 12"-18" 5-9 4" Green
8. Fiona Coghill
Double white flowers with shorter, creamy-yellow central petals. A showstopper and great in vases.   Click to display 'Fiona Coghill' tag image 28"-30" 18" 4-9 8" Terra Cotta
9. Highland White Dream
Often compared to the award-winning 'Becky', this new selection displays the same exemplary garden performance. Very large, 4in, white flowers are semi-double and are held on starkly upright stems.   Click to display 'Highland White Dream' tag image 24"-30" 24"-30" 5-9 8" Terra Cotta
10. Laspider
The classic Shasta Daisy, Laspider’s large, pure white double flowers with finely-cut petals make a fun, frilled statement in the summer garden. Beautiful planted in containers or in the garden bed.   Click to display 'Laspider' tag image 12"-14" 12"-14" 4-8 8" Green
11. Luna
Fluffy, doubled pom-pom flowers that appear in summer will start yellow then change to a two-toned yellow and then finish white, won Greenhouse Grower's "People's Choice" award for perennial of the year in 2015 and had 100% winter survival at U of MN 2016, must be a hardy keeper! 11C-South Click to display 'Luna' tag image 18"-20" 18"-20" 5-9 8" Green
12. Marconi
Large, double white daisies on long stems. Easy to grow, deadhead to promote continual blooms.   Click to display 'Marconi' tag image 24"-30" 24" 4-9 4" Green
13. Phyllis Smith
This is a seldom offered British selection, featuring single flowers with very finely-cut or fringed petals surrounding a yellow center. Excellent for cutting. Removing faded flowers will greatly increase the blooming time.   Click to display 'Phyllis Smith' tag image 18"-23" 12"-18" 5 1 Gallon White
14. Real Charmer
A wonderful summer-blooming perennial with large decorative blooms with fancy fringed central petals. Flower color is cream to lemon, with contrasting deep golden centers carried on very strong stems. This variety is very floriferous with improved disease resistance.   Click to display 'Real Charmer' tag image 23"-29" 23"-29" 5-9 8" Green
15. Real Dream
Leucanthemum 'Real Dream' features large flowers with three layers of greenish-yellow petals surrounding a large gold center. Petals gradually fade to white as the flower matures. Excellent for cutting. Removing faded flowers will greatly increase the bloom time. Very floriferous with improved disease resistance.encourage continuous bloom.   Click to display 'Real Dream' tag image 14"-16" 16"-20" 5-9 8" Green
16. Real Glory
Leucanthemum 'Real Glory' features multiple layers of pure white petals that open flat but gradually reflex, exposing an ever enlarging frilly yellow dome. Blooms age well and are carried on very strong stems. Very floriferous with improved disease resistance. Excellent in tubs or mixed containers. Flowers are ideal for cutting.   Click to display 'Real Glory' tag image 23"-29" 12"-16" 5-9 8" Green
17. Real Neat
This selection from the Real series features a double layer of perfectly fluted, horizontal white petals surrounding a solid gold center. Great texture. Excellent for cutting. Tight compact habit. Floriferous. Improved disease resistance. Removing faded flowers will greatly increase the blooming time. Divide plants in the spring every 2 to 3 years to maintain vigour.   Click to display 'Real Neat' tag image 14"-16" 16"-21" 5-9 8" Green
18. Real Sunbeam
'Real Sunbeam' is a wonderful summer blooming perennial with large daisy flowers in a gorgeous deep yellow. With its medium height and tight clumping habit, this Shasta can be tucked into the garden where you need a bright showing of color-fast, long lasting flowers. The yellow single petal blooms contrast with deep golden centers.   Click to display 'Real Sunbeam' tag image 18"-20" 18"-24" 5-9 8" Green
19. Santé
This midsized selection has double shaggy white petals surrounding a yellow button eye. Dark green foliage and strong sturdy stems; makes an excellent cut flower.

Removing faded flowers will greatly increase the blooming time. A recent introduction from breeder Sandrine Delabroye of France.

  Click to display 'Santé' tag image 18"-22" 18"-24" 4-9 8" Green
20. Silver Princess
Cheery, single crisp white daisies above glossy dark green foliage. Compact habit.   Click to display 'Silver Princess' tag image 12"-15" 15" 4-9 4" Green
21. Snow Lady
This popular dwarf plant produces numerous bright white flowers all summer.   Click to display 'Snow Lady' tag image 10"-12" 12" 4-9 4" Green
22. Sonnenschein (Sunshine)
A yellow daisy! Huge pale lemon-yellow daisies with golden-yellow centers measure 3-5 inches across. The yellow color is more evident in younger flowers and is best preserved with some afternoon shade. Mature flowers are creamy white.   Click to display 'Sonnenschein (Sunshine)' tag image 30"-36" 12"-18" 5-9 8" Terra Cotta
23. Spoonful of Sugar
The first thing you’ll notice about this cute Shasta Daisy is the enormous flower size. The second thing you’ll notice is its incredibly compact, dome-like habit, with flowers produced almost all the way to the ground. 4.5in, creamy white flowers have two rows of very long petals. Flowers are held tight and compact against the attractive, dark green foliage, with a second wave of flowers following the initial wave. Growers will appreciate that ‘Spoonful of Sugar’ is a free-flowering variety.

Try growing this cute perennial in containers or in the landscape where it will shine brightly near the front of the border.

  Click to display 'Spoonful of Sugar' tag image 16"-18" 28"-32" 5-9 8" Terra Cotta
24. Thomas Killen
Though technically a single flower, 'Thomas Killen' has double rows of petals and crested golden centers, lending a fluffy appearance. The thick, fleshy stems make this variety especially good for cut flowers.   Click to display 'Thomas Killen' tag image 24"-30" 18"-24" 5-9 8" Green
25. Victorian Secret
Neat, compact habit with more charm than should be allowed. A knee-high model of a daisy, giving other Leucanthemum on the runway an inferiority complex. Casually ruffled flowers on just right stems last and last, even through extreme heat. Odor free!   Click to display 'Victorian Secret' tag image 14" 20" 5-9 1 Gallon White
26. White Knight
Traditional garden favorite produces masses of big white blooms with bright yellow centers in late summer.   Click to display 'White Knight' tag image 20"-22" 15"-20" 5-8 4" Green
27. Whoops-A-Daisy
‘Whoops-a-Daisy’ forms an exceptionally dense, rounded ball-shaped mound of dark green foliage that becomes completely blanketed in large 3-4”, white flowers with gold centers from early through midsummer. It has better flower coverage and a more uniform habit compared to ‘Snowcap’, and the individual flowers have a fuller, fluffier appearance.

Try growing this cute perennial in containers or in the landscape where it will shine brightly near the front of the border.

  Click to display 'Whoops-A-Daisy' tag image 15" 22" 5-9 8" Green
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