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Autumn Ox-Eye

Leucanthemella serotina

Also known as

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

Höstkrage by Kenneth på Söder (CC BY 3.0)

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

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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.