Shasta Daisy is a very popular wild flower that will grow in all regions of North America. Chrysanthemums are very easy to establish from flower seeds, and Shasta Daisy flowers are great for cutting and the butterflies love them.
Shasta Daisy plants are ideal for a wild flower garden's edge or are attractive in butterfly gardens or combined with other perennials or annuals.
Contains 200 seeds
Chrysanthemum likes to grow in full sun and well-drained soils. To prolong the bloom pick off flowers as soon as they fade. To prevent overcrowding, divide Shasta Daisy plants after three or four years of flowering.
For cooler climates with short growing seasons, start the Chrysanthemum Daisy seeds indoor 6 - 8 weeks before frost season is over. For warmer climates, sow the Shasta Daisy seeds directly outdoors into prepared beds in the spring after danger of frost has passed. Sow the wild flower seed on the surface and keep moist. Shasta Daisy flowers will not bloom the first year, but grow slowly to get established. It will then be a prolific bloomer in successive years.