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2003 Perennial Plant of the Year ™
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Zone: 5 to 9Perennial
|Blooms early summer to late autumn|
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Cultivar Notes - '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.
Genus Notes - Leucanthemum
Shasta Daisies (formerly known botanically as Chrysanthemum x superbum) are grown for the masses of pristine Daisies they produce. They are an almost limitless source of cut flowers. Leucanthemum are wonderful summer-blooming perennials with large daisy flowers. They prefer well-drained soil in the sunny border. Deadhead to encourage continuous bloom.