• Lancaster Betsy Shasta Daisy in 1-gallon varies grower planter
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Lancaster Betsy Shasta Daisy

Leucanthemum x superbum 'Betsy'

Size: Small Size Chart
Pot: Eco Planter

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  • Pet Hazard:Toxic To Touch

  • Care Level:I'm Easy

Lancaster Betsy Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum x superbum) is a dense, mounding spray of foliage and long-lasting blooms. The white petals and golden round centers are a blast of happiness in any garden. Grow in average soil and full sun to part shade in hotter climates. Deadhead to encourage new blooms. She grows 18-24 inches and 24 inches wide. She is deer and rabbit resistant and will attract the pollinators to the garden indeed!

*Our blooms vary and may not arrive as they are pictured. We ship our plants still in buds, so you can enjoy a fresh bloom in your home.*
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Lancaster Betsy Shasta Daisy
Lancaster Betsy Shasta Daisy
About Lancaster Betsy Shasta Daisy

Go big or go home! If you're a daisy lover, then you're gonna go ga-ga over 'Betsy!' She measures from 5-7 inches across with pristine white petals that dance around the golden center. 'He loves me; he loves me not' will be the sing-song rhyme when these are in your sun garden. So from summer to fall, they'll give you a weekly bouquet of happiness!

Care Level: I'm Easy

Easy for beginners

Pet Friendly: No

Toxic if ingested

Origins: England


Fun Facts: Luther Burbank, a...

Luther Burbank, a hybridizer, introduced the first Shasta daisy in 1901. He crossed the oxeye daisy and the English field daisy. This crossing was dusted with the Portuguese field daisy pollen, but Burbank wasn't satisfied with the petal color. Consequently, he took this triple hybrid and pollinated it with the pure white Japanese field daisy flower. These new flowers turned out to be larger and pristine white petals. This experiment took 17 years to achieve, the results being Shasta daisy hybrids. He named it after California's white Mount Shasta.

Leucanthemum x superbum 'Betsy' Care Guide

Lancaster Betsy Shasta Daisy

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