Shasta Daisy


Plant Family: Asteraceae (Aster)

Botanical Name: Chrysanthemum superbum

Duration: Perennial

Blooms: June-July

Location: S. Columbia Entrance (2005 – present)

Medicinal Uses: fever reducer, anti-inflammatory, digestive aid, sedative

Interesting Facts: The common name, Shasta Daisy, comes from Mount Shasta. The plant was called that because of the white flower petals that look like snow

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