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September 4, 2012

Leucanthemum ‘Thomas Killen’ (Shasta Daisy)

Although technically a single flower, the 'Thomas Killen' shasta daisy has double rows of petals and crested golden centers that lend the plant a fluffy appearence.

Leucanthemum thomas killen perennial shasta daisy

Although technically a single flower, the ‘Thomas Killen’ shasta daisy has double rows of petals and crested golden centers that lend the plant a fluffy appearence. ¬†Great for use as a cut flower.

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