Answer: When deadheading Shasta Daisies, cut the flowering stem all the way down to the top of the foliage. New stems will emerge and they should produce new flowers. Some varieties of Shasta daisies bloom from May through October and others only produce one massive display. The 'Becky' variety should provide continuous bloom if spent flowers are removed on a regular basis. Hope she does well in your garden!
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