Chrysanthemum maximum--Shasta Daisy

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Chrysanthemum maximum--Shasta Daisy

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Shasta daisy produces white flowers, suitable for cutting, in July. The plants grow 2 to 3 feet high and need some support to keep from falling over. Divide every 2 to 3 years to keep the plants vigorous. Single flowered types need full sun but doubles grow in partial shade. Any ordinary, well-drained soil may be used.

Propagation is by division in early fall or spring. Save only pieces from the outer part of the clump as these are younger and more vigorous.

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