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This delightful perennial, also known as the Shasta Daisy, showcases large, pure white flowers that will bring a touch of timeless beauty to any garden.
Leucanthemum Maximum White blooms from early to late summer, gracing your garden with its abundant and radiant white flowers. The classic daisy-like blooms feature a golden yellow center, creating a striking contrast against the pure white petals. These charming flowers attract butterflies and bees, making it a pollinator-friendly choice for your outdoor space.
For optimal growth and abundant flowering, plant Leucanthemum Maximum White in a sunny position. It thrives in well-drained soil and appreciates full sun exposure, which promotes vigorous growth and maximizes flower production. It can tolerate partial shade, but it may affect the overall flowering performance.
Feeding Leucanthemum Maximum White is important for its overall health and vitality. Apply a balanced, slow-release fertilizer in early spring to provide essential nutrients for robust foliage and flowering. Additionally, you can apply a liquid fertilizer every four to six weeks during the growing season to support its energetic growth and encourage continuous blooming.
Pruning Leucanthemum Maximum White should be done after flowering. Deadhead spent flowers by removing the faded blooms to encourage new flower production and maintain a tidy appearance. Cutting back the plant by one-third in early autumn can help prevent self-seeding and promote healthier growth the following year.
Leucanthemum Maximum White is a beloved addition to any garden. Its classic white flowers, extended blooming period, preferred position, and care requirements make it an excellent choice for adding beauty and attracting pollinators. Embrace the timeless charm of Leucanthemum Maximum White and create a garden filled with stunning blooms and lively visitors.
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