Starting in July and continuing through September, Leucanthemum Becky, also known as Shasta Daisy, puts on a show with a large display of white flowers. The huge blooms (4 inches) are pure white with yellow centers and are supported by 3 to 4 foot tall sturdy stalks. Even though they are so tall, they don’t usually require staking. The deep green foliage has a shine and slight texture and contrasts nicely with the white flowers. Enjoy them indoors also because they make great cut flowers for bouquets.
Spacing: Plant 20″ to 30″ apart.
Height: Grows 3′ to 4′ tall.
How To Grow: Plant in full sun to part shade.
Outstanding Features: Attracts butterflies and birds but are rabbit and deer resistant.
Tips: Average water needs. Drought tolerant. Deadhead if you don’t want seedlings.
Uses: Garden Bed, Containers, Landscapes, Cut Flowers