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Shasta daisy Overview
A genus of around 29 accepted species of herbaceous perennials in the Asteraceae (daisy) family, with a Central and Southern European distribution. They are robust plants that have naturalised widely on other continents. They have narrow leaves and typically daisy-like, composite, white and yellow flowerheads held on erect stems. They are useful in wildflower or naturalistic planting schemes, as well as for use as cut flowers. The species L. vulgare is known commonly as marguerite or ox-eye daisy,
How to propagate Shasta daisy
Perennials are best divided in early spring or late summer.
You can propagate from seeds or cuttings.
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