Formerly Chrysanthemum nipponicum, this shrubby member of the Daisy family is a ubiquitous plant in the seaside gardens of southern New England. White daisies adorn 2-3′ tall plants that will pretty much die back for the winter. Cut back hard in spring. Once established, Nippon Daisy is tolerant of salt spray and sandy soil. This Sept-Oct. bloomer is a great addition for feeding end of the summer pollinators.