Leucanthemum Carpet Angel Daisy First Ground Cover Shasta Daisy
First in the world ground cover Shasta Daisy
Carpet Angel Daisy, Leucanthemum, boasts being the first and only ground cover daisy in the world. It amazingly grows only 3-4″ tall yet spreads 20″ wide! Carpet Angel Daisy shows off incredible basal branching producing hordes of flowers in summer. Its prostrate habit creates a carpet appearance. Unique, one-of-a-kind pure white flowers add to its considerable appeal. The fascinating blooms sit tightly on the foliage. A truly breeding breakthrough and revolutionary selection!
Its delightful flowers are long lasting in the garden and the vase. Don’t be surprised when you see beautiful butterflies and colorful moths visiting these treasures. Carpet Angel Daisy blends in beautifully with other perennials in containers, borders, mass plantings, cottage, cutting, and pollinator gardens. It makes an ideal choice to replace annuals in beds and large plantings, or any where you don’t want to plant year after year. Deer and rabbit resistant.
Shasta Daisies are easy to grow in average soil and full sun to part shade. Deadhead spent flowers to encourage more blooms. Shasta Daisies require good drainage. Shasta Daisies should be divided every two to three years. Discard declining, old growth.
IMPORTANT ONLINE ORDERING INFORMATION
Due to the overwhelming demand, Online Ordering is now closed. Please visit the nursery for your plant purchases.
IMPORTANT PREORDER INFORMATION – PREORDER IS NOW CLOSED – PREORDER PICKUP UPDATE
Thank your for placing preorders. Preorder is now closed. Some ordered plants are available now, many will be available early to mid April. If you have preordered:
1. When all your plants become available we will call you to schedule a pickup date.
2. Pickup instructions: as soon as you arrive on your scheduled pickup date call 314-707-2492. We will bring it to your car, or you may come in the nursery for pickup.
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