Becky shasta daisy reaches a height of 3'-4', with a spread of 2'-3', and flowers profusely. This clump-forming perennial flower blooms June-September. In fact, it is its long blooming period that makes this cultivar especially attractive, along with its drought-tolerance. Becky shasta daisy flowers exhibit the classic "daisy pattern," with white petals radiating from a central yellow disk.
Plant in full sun (or partial sun in the South) and well-drained soil. Becky shasta daisy is drought-tolerant once established.
Deadheading will promote further blooming. Divide clumps of Becky shasta daisy every 2-3 years to maintain vigor and propagate.
Becky shasta daisy attracts bees, birds and butterflies. Fortunately, it is not attractive to deer, making it an effective component in deer control.