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Leucanthemum 'Madonna' | Shasta Daisy | 10.5cm Pot Perennial Bedding
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Leucanthemum 'Madonna' | Shasta Daisy | 10.5cm Pot Perennial Bedding
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Leucanthemum 'Madonna' | Shasta Daisy | 10.5cm Pot Perennial Bedding

Leucanthemum 'Madonna' | Shasta Daisy | 10.5cm Pot

SKU: PB0214

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Mounds of massive Daisies all summer long
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The Highlights

    • Huge daisy-like flowers create fantastic Summer cheer
    • Perfect for the front of borders or beds
    • Flowers all Summer long!
    • Makes a brilliant container feature
    • Very easy to grow and care for
    • RHS Certified 'Plant for Pollinators' This is an award gifted by the Royal Horticultural Society for plants that are very good at attracting and are beneficial for pollinating insects in the UK.MORE

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Supplied as:

10.5cm Pot

Height on arrival:

Depending on the time of year, when your plant arrives it should be up to 10-30cm tall

Eventual height:


Eventual spread:


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Flower colour:

Daisy White, Canary Yellow


Mound Forming


Fully Hardy
Will endure even the harshest of British winters.




Care Guide

Good Pest and Disease Resistance

Leucanthemums have few problems with pests and diseases. It can, however, have issues with Aphids. To combat aphids you can pick away the bugs with your hands and also wash the infested areas down with soapy water.MORE

Water Often in Summer

During hot and prolonged dry periods, as well as the plant's first year, it is important to ensure that the ground is kept consistently moist. This can require watering several times a week or perhaps even daily during very hot spells. Once the plant has established itself it will become more drought tolerant but still the ground should not be allowed to dry up too much for too long.MORE

Full Sun

Plant somewhere the plant will receive 6-8 hours of direct sunlight every day.MORE

Fertile, Well-Drained Soil

You will want to mix in plenty of organic matter such as garden compost into the soil before planting and more every spring. If your soil is particularly clay-heavy and easily becomes waterlogged, add some perlite into the soil to improve drainage.MORE

Feed Lightly

Feed with a slow-release general fertiliser in the Spring to improve plant vigour and blooms.MORE

Prune Regularly

Deadhead any spent flowers to promote new, fresh growth. After the flowering has finished in Autumn, cut the plant back to near the base to promote fresh foliage in the following growing season.MORE