shasta daisy

NOUN
  1. hybrid garden flower derived from Chrysanthemum maximum and Chrysanthemum lacustre having large white flower heads resembling oxeye daisies; often placed in the genus Chrysanthemum
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  • In fact, the Shasta daisy is a creation of Luther Burbank, the California plant breeder who was also responsible for the Burbank potato, the plumcot, the Burbank Crimson California poppy, and hundreds of other botanical introductions. Jane S. Smith: Daisies, Weddings, and Making the Ideal Real
  • I am still coming across messy remnants of last season that need to be dug up and split: a huge astrantia and a spreading shasta daisy. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • This Shasta daisy with its double blooms and many quilled petals, is truly unique and fun with its fluffy look.
  • Three long-blooming summer perennials - the shasta daisy, purple coneflower and yarrow - are reliable favorites that bring country charm to any setting.
  • This Shasta daisy, with its double blooms, is truly unique and fun with its fluffy look.
  • This morning in the early sun steam rising from the pond the color of smoky topaz, a pair of delicate copper-red needle-fine insects are mating in the unopened crown of a Shasta daisy just outside your door.
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