The Q&A Archives: What does a Shasta Daisy look like?

Question: What does a Shasta Daisy look like?

Answer: Shasta Daisy (Chrysanthemum maximum) grows up to 3 ft. high and wide with large white daisy looking flowers with yellow centers. It is a perennial, returning each spring from the same roots, forming expanding clump.

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