This plant is a friend to bees and butterflies, and it also repels deer.
A classic, this daisy is an excellent choice for borders or container gardening. Non-invasive, it is appreciated for its more compact growth adorned with large flowers.
In spring, as soon as the risk of frost has passed, sow your daisy seeds directly in the garden. Keep the soil moist, and germination should occur within 10 to 15 days. Mature plants also appreciate occasional watering without saturating the soil, as excessive moisture can lead to root rot. If flowering decreases in mid-season, cut the plant in half for new growth.