“Giant daisy” seems to be the most common common name for Leucanthemella serotina (formerly Chrysanthemum serotinum or C. uliginosum), but it is also known as Hungarian daisy and autumn ox-eye. The plant itself certainly isn’t common, but it’s worth growing for its fall flower display: single white daisy-form flowers atop 4- to 6-foot-tall stems. It pairs beautifully with other late bloomers, like Japanese burnet (Sanguisorba tenuifolia), and tall warm-season grasses, such as ‘Dallas Blues’ switch grass (Panicum virgatum). Full sun to light shade; average to moist soil. Perennial; Zones 4 to 9.
2021-collected seed sold out. I hope to collect again in October 2022. At least 15 seeds.
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