Shasta Daisy 'Snowcap’ (Leucanthemum superbum 'Snowcap’)
- Though it may look like a typical Shasta daisy at first, the large, snow white flowers which blanket the plant and all the buds along each stem set this variety apart. An outstanding cultivar! Pure white, 2-3" single flowers are produced in abundance atop bushy mounds of foliage. 'Snowcap' has a sturdy, uniform habit. Due to its compact nature, it tolerates the weather (wind, rain, etc.) better than other Shasta Daisies.
- Full sun and average garden soil.
- Grows to 12-14” tall. Divide plants in the spring every 2 to 3 years to maintain vigor.
Photo courtesy of Walters Gardens
I was very worried about the plants coming from GA all the way to CA. But they were packed all nice and snug and the plats had new growth on them. Very happy with them.