A Shasta Daisy with flowers that are frilled, quilled, and twisted. No two flowers look the same.
prefers moist, tolerates average
Soil & Site
prefers well drained, will not survive wet winter soils.
2.5 inch flowers, "Full of surprises and always fresh! Each plant from this novelty Shasta daisy strain is different. All are fully double. Expect flat blooms with petals of uneven lengths, petals that re-curve inward towards the center, wiry cactus-like quills as tightly packed as toothbrush silks" (Canada Gardens web site)
coarsely-toothed, lance-shaped, medium green,
24-26 inches tall
cut back after flowering to promote a new flush of growth, may need to be divided every 2-3 years to maintain vigor
seeds, easy from division in the spring, cuttings
Luther Burbank introduced the first Shasta Daisy hybrid in about 1901.