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(Leucanthemum maximum)

(Gerbera jamesonii)

(Argyranthemum frutescens)


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The Shasta Daisy is a hardy perennial with Chysanthemum characteristics. This frilly white petaled flower with yellow center blooms every spring or early summer until early fall.

The Gerber Daisy blooms are large and have a central disk that can be yellow, bronze, or dark in color.  The most common colors are yellow, red, or orange, however, growers have produced varieties in shades of pink and purple, also.

The Marguerite Daisy is native to the Canary Islands.  These daisies are similar in appearance to the Shasta Daisy and are available in a variety of hues from white or yellow to pink or purple.

The African Daisy comes in colors of purple, orange, white, pink, and yellow that are so brilliant they appear to be dyed.

Plant Information

Plant Type



South Africa

Size (H x W)

2' x 2'


Full Sun


More During Summer, Regular

Flower Color

Lavender, Orange, Pink, Salmon Pink, Violet Purple, White, Yellow

Flower Season

Late Spring – Summer