Yellow Shasta Daisy
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|Size (HT/W/FL HT)||
19" / 23" / 24"
|Most Active Growing Season|
Average, well drained soils.
5.5 – 6.8
50 – 100 ppm weekly
Dormant in winter.
Dry moderately between waterings.
The yellowest on the market. Compared to 'Banana Cream', it has darker yellow and longer lasting flowers.
Mass planting, mixed bed, Equally at home in the garden border, container, or cutting bouquet!
|Finish Time to 4"||
6 – 8 weeks in spring; 12 – 14 weeks in winter.
"Great yellow flowers" reported in Colorado State U. 2012 Perennial Flower Trials.
Facultative long day plant. Recommend vernalization of 8 weeks at temperatures below 45° F.
This is the yellowest flowering Shasta daisy ever! Long blooming and compact with semi-double flowers. ‘Goldfinch’ is the product of years of breeding for yellow flowers. All other “yellow” Leucanthemum pale in comparison! Charming semi-double flowers, very slowly and gracefully change from bright lemon yellow to an ivory white. A real gem among the bland Leucanthemum offerings.
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