Nippon Daisy (Nipponanthemum nipponicum)

Nippon Daisy Plant Features

Nippon daisy (also sometimes called Montauk daisy) adds a cheerful note to late-season gardens with its beautiful white daisy flowers with sunny yellow centers. It's a sun-loving perennial that requires very little care to keep it in top form. Nippon daisy is also attractive to butterflies and makes an excellent cut flower. It's a great choice if you want to add much-needed color to fall borders. Nippon daisy can grow 3 feet tall and is relatively deer and rabbit resistant.

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Nippon Daisy Growing Instructions

Plant nippon daisy in a sunny location with well-drained soil. Once established, this easy-care perennial is drought resistant, but the plant still enjoys a regular drink whenever the soil dries out. Pinch the plants back in the early spring to keep the plants more compact. 

Nippon Daisy is not recommended for human or animal consumption.
  • Water

    Medium water needs

  • Light

    Outside: Sun

  • Colors


  • Special Features

    Attracts butterflies

    Deer/rabbit resistant

Complement your Nippon Daisy

Asters and Nippon Daisy bloom at the same time and look terrific in the same border.

Japanese Anemone
Nippon Daisy and Japanese Anemone make a great duo for any fall landscape.