Leucanthemum Double Darling Daisy

Leucanthemum Double Darling Daisy

Leucanthemum Double Darling Daisy. Leucanthemum is a genus of flowering plants in the aster family, asteraceae.it is mainly distributed in southern and central europe. Early july to september why we love it:

Leucanthemum Double Darling Daisy
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Herbaceous perennial flower bright white and yellow daisy flowers in spring. 'darling daisy™' is a leucanthemum lacustre and leucanthemum maximum hybrid. Leucanthemum superbum 'double darling daisy' shasta daisy photo courtesy of swift greenhouses compact and has fully double white flowers border or bed cut flower/ foliage.

One Of The Tallest Shasta Daisy.

Leucanthemum superbum 'double darling daisy' shasta daisy photo courtesy of swift greenhouses compact and has fully double white flowers border or bed cut flower/ foliage. Widely distributed in europe and northern asia. It makes an excellent cut flower and is good for attracting pollinating insects.

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The blooms will cover this. The most compact shasta daisy in our gardens, 'darling daisy' grows only 10 to 12 inches tall and 12 to 16 inches wide in both gardens beds and containers. Herbaceous perennial flower bright white and yellow daisy flowers in spring.

Some Species Are Known On Other Continents As.

Leucanthemum is a genus of flowering plants in the aster family, asteraceae.it is mainly distributed in southern and central europe. Leucanthemum “darling daisy” common name: Leucanthemum double darling daisy® usppaf common name:

'Darling Daisy™' Is A Leucanthemum Lacustre And Leucanthemum Maximum Hybrid.

There are 33 species in the genus. 1½ to 2 feet wide bloom size: She's a robust perennial that.

Early July To September Why We Love It:

Leucanthemums were formerly included in the genus chrysanthemum. Darling daisy™ are continuous blooming tender perennial (day neutral). Genus name comes from the greek leukos meaning white and anthemum meaning flower in reference to the white.