Terra Nova Nurseries introduces sneak peek at Leucanthemum ‘sugar bowl’

Terra Nova Nurseries a sneak peek of Leucanthemum ‘Sugar Bowl’. This stunning new perennial features an abundance of multi-layered pure white flowers and grows low to the ground with tight, heavy branching. An extended bloom time with successive flowers opening on top of previous blooms is a standout trait of this variety.

Leucanthemum ‘Sugar Bowl’ has a petite, mounding growth habit, making it ideal for sunny borders, mixed containers, and the centers of beds. The plant tightly stands low to the ground and performs extraordinarily well in high heat. It blooms May through August and has a variety of special uses; it is an effective pollinator attractor and makes for a lovely cut flower.

Being deer resistant and well-suited for the American deep South are other benefits of Leucanthemum ‘Sugar Bowl’. U.S.D.A Hardiness Zones for Leucanthemum ‘Sugar Bowl’ are 5-9.

The versatile perennial desires well-drained soil and an average amount of water when planted in gardens; it also prefers to be moderately dry between waterings and favors full sun. This deciduous variety has a height of 5”, width of 14”, and flower height of 9”. It grows most actively in spring, having a finish time of  6 to 8 weeks.

Terra Nova Nurseries has created a “Plant Profile” page and “Grower Recipe” specific to this new variety, so growers interested in orders can learn about growing habits, plant characteristics, fertilization recommendations, water requirements, and other insights provided by the breeding team. These documents can be viewed and downloaded for printing at: https://www.terranovanurseries.com/product/leucanthemum-sugar-bowl

For more information
Terra Nova Nurseries
sales@terranovanurseries.com
www.terranovanurseries.com      

 


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