The Q&A Archives: Searching for Information on Sparkle' Daisy

Question: At the Boston Flower show, I saw a flower called a "Sparkle Daisy". Can you tell me anything more about this flower? It had white petals and a very small center (yellow, I believe). Thank you. Bob Rohrborn Salisbury, NH

Answer: Without seeing the daisy, it's hard to say what type it is. Your description sounds like a type Shasta daisy and this 'Sparkle' could be a cultivar. Shasta daisies like full sun, well-drained soil and are perennials in your area. They are great plants in a perennial borders adding a splash of white in midsummer when they bloom. If you have the Latin name, I could confirm this plant being a Shasta daisy.

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