Leucanthemum x superbum (Shasta Daisy) looks wonderful when planted in a mixed border, where the large white flowers mix with more brightly colored flowers. Despite being easy to grow and multiplying rapidly, the daises do not become a menace. Flower stalks can grow 24-36 inches tall, while the dark green leaves are only 4-6 inches high, Shasta daisies make striking cut flowers, livening up any arrangement. They prefer full sunlight all day and wind protection. The soil should be well-drained, and improved by the addition of decayed compost or manure. Divide in March and October, transplant in April and May, and it flowers from June to September.