The most common and popular daisy varieties are the Shasta Daisies.
The shasta daisy is the classic white daisy with the yellow center that everyone knows and appriciates.
The other very popular daisy flower is the Gerber Daisy Plant.
All daisy flowers look wonderful combined with roses. I use lots of daisies in my rose garden beds. Daisy Bridal Bouquets are very beautiful, especially when combined with roses.
Many varieties repeat bloom if cut back before seed is set.
Fertilize regularly, every 2-3 weeks, and divide clumps every 2-3 years in the fall or in early spring. They are very easy to move and transplant.
Discard the oldest, central portion of the plant to help control pest build-up. The deer usually leave the daisy plants alone.