Shasta Daisy Shaggy has numerous white, daisy-like petals of various lengths and widths giving it a shaggy appearance that encircles a yellow central disc.
Don’t confuse it with the Shasta daisy shaggy gem since it has all thin petals.
Shasta daisies are resilient plants that can go without water for a while. When first planted, it is best to leave at least 30cm to 60cm between each plant. This plant will quickly fill in the spaces.
Ensure that the plant’s root ball is planted level with the surface of the ground when planted out from its pot.
After planting, give the plant a good soaking of water.