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spacer Leucanthemum xsuperbum Freak!® ('LEUZ0001')

Common name: Shasta Daisy

Plant Breeder's Rights: Yes


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Young plants licensed propagators


UK, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden
Walter Blom Plants, Gootjes AllPlant

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Size



Height 33cm

Spread 53cm
Habit Mounding

Growing



Light Sun, Part Shade

Temperature -29 to -7°C

Appearance



Blooming time Summer

Flower colour White
Foliage colour Green

Description


A real garden showstopper, Freak!® is covered with large amounts of fluffy-looking flowers formed from layers of white petals. The 5 to 6 cm flowers are evenly distributed all over compact, well-branched plants. Unusually for Leucanthemum, Freak!® reblooms, so provides flowers over a long period. Vibrant dark-green foliage provides a clean, well-contrasting backdrop. Plants reach just 23 cm the first year in containers, eventually attaining a mature garden height of 33 cm. Bred by Har Stemkens of Syngenta Flowers.

Fast & profitable
Freak!® is easy to grow and programmable for fresh flowering plants over a long sales period. Vernalisation is not necessary for flowering and shelf-ready plants can be produced quickly, in about 11 weeks. Plants are naturally well-branched with strong stems, so no pinching is required. Compact size means more plants per trolley, thereby reducing transport costs.

Watch video about Leucanthemum Freak!

Awards
Greenhouse Grower (USA) – Best New Perennial. Medal of Excellence.
Chelsea Flower Show (UK) – final 20 in Plant of the Year.
HTA National Plant Show (UK) – Best in category (perennials). Gold.


FREAK!® is a registered trademark of a Syngenta Group Company


Uses: Front border, containers
Attributes: Compact, reblooming, long-blooming, cutflower

Growing advice


Prefers rich, well-drained soil. Very weather tolerant. Plant in partial shade in warmer zones. Click Growing Guides link on left for more.