A picture of a Autumn Ox-Eye

Autumn Ox-Eye

Leucanthemella serotina

Also known as

Giant Daisy, Moon Daisy, Hungarian Daisy, High Daisy, Shasta daisy, Marguerite

Full Sun
Easy care
Frequent watering
Frost Hardy

H7

RHS hardiness

-20°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

1.5m

Max

1m

1m

Min

50cm

5 years to reach maturity

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

This plant has a mild fragrance

More images of Autumn Ox-Eye

A illustration of the white flower of Leucanthemell serotina taken from Curtis's Botanical Magazine
An illustration of the leaves of Autumn Ox-Eye, Leucanthemella serotina from Curtis's Botanical magazine
A photo of Autumn Ox-Eye
A photo of Autumn Ox-Eye
A photo of Autumn Ox-Eye

Autumn Ox-Eye Overview

Leucanthemella serotina is an upright robust perennial that produces clumps of tall daisy's in late Summer that can get to 1.8m.

Common problems with Autumn Ox-Eye

Generally pest and disease free.

    How to harvest Autumn Ox-Eye

    Flowers can be cut for floral arrangements as required.

    How to propagate Autumn Ox-Eye

    Cuttings

    Take basal cuttings in Spring.

    Division

    Divide clumps in early Spring.

    Special features of Autumn Ox-Eye

    Attractive flowers

    This plant makes an attractive addition of informal cottage gardens at the back of flower borders.

    Attracts useful insects

    A usefull addition to wildflower meadows as a late season food source to pollinating insects.