Becky Shasta Daisy

Perennial gardens often feature a plethora of purple, yellow, and red flowers, but white is frequently missing. The Becky Shasta Daisy fills this gap beautifully, offering a striking contrast and softening the garden’s overall look. Its large, classic white blooms with bright yellow centers sit atop a lush mound of dark green foliage, blooming from summer through fall. Growing to a manageable 2-3 feet in both height and width, it pairs well with taller perennials like rudbeckia or echinacea. This low-maintenance plant thrives in well-draining soil and requires at least six hours of full sun. While it can tolerate mild drought once established, mulching will help retain moisture.

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