A real garden showstopper, ‘Freak’ is covered with large fluffy-looking flowers formed from layers of white petals. Pure white flowers are evenly distributed over compact, well branched plants. ‘Freak’ reblooms, providing flowers over a long period.
|Botanical Name||Leucanthemum superbum|
|Common Name||Shasta Daisy|
|Key Features||Large fluffy-looking flowers form from layers of white petals. Pure white flowers are evenly distributed over compact, well branched plants.|
|Size||Growing to 35cm high and 50cm wide.|
|Position||Full sun in a well drained soil. Tolerant of coastal conditions and frost.|
|Cultural Notes||Removing spent flowers will encourage new flower production. Cut back and fertilise plant after summer to encourage re-bloom in autumn. Water during extended dry periods.|
|Landscape Ideas||Ideal as a feature in containers, perennial borders and mixed borders. Flowers are superb cut and used in arrangements.|
|Water Requirements||Medium – Low|
- Hardy perennial.
- Long flowering season.
- Easy to grow.
- Great for pots.