Shasta Daisy as a Nectar Plant

Shasta Daisies are usually known for flower arrangements and deliveries, but they make a great nectar plant for at least thirty days. My favorite variety is “Becky,” although by late July they are finished blooming.

Shasta Daisy as a Nectar Plant

Shasta Daisy as a Nectar Plant

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  1. I live in NW PA and I don’t get butterflies at my shastas ,only echinacias and butterfly bushes. I’ve started to thin out my Beckys as they are begining to take over!

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