Formerly Chysanthemum leucanthemum
This beautiful Ox-Eye Daisy, sometimes called Field Daisy is a very popular wildflower found throughout North America. The long, graceful stems display their beautiful white blossoms with yellow centers well above the foliage. Plants are adaptable, tolerating moist or moderately dry soil.
Wildflowers require little care. Water only when necessary. For additional plants, divide clumps after 2 or 3 years of flowering.
Planting time - Spring to mid-summer.
Height - 1-3 feet
Germinates in - 15-20 days
Sowing Depth - 1/8 inch
Row spacing - 12 inches
Seed spacing - 3 inches
Thinning - when plants are 3 inches tall thin to 12 inches apart.
Net weight 330 MG (Estimated 520 seeds)