Montauk Daisies are late bloomers, their 3in flowers appearing in September and October on sturdy, upright stems above glossy foliage. Given good drainage, plants are tough, long-lived, and trouble free.
This genus is made up of one species of perennials from the coastal regions of Japan. The crisp, white daisy-like blooms sparkle in an otherwise drab fall garden, and bunches of blossoms can be cut to bring indoors. Grow in full sun in well-drained soil and cut back in spring to keep plants looking their best.
Mature height: 18-36"