Thick, rounded, semi-evergreen foliage forms a dense, spreading basal mound that gives rise to stems of profuse yellow daisies from late April through June. Vigorous and tough, it will provide cover for many woodland critters, forms a superb groundcover and thrives in shady, moist areas. Important nectar and pollen source for native bees.
Thrives in shady, moist areas
Semi-evergreen foliage offers wildlife cover
Superb, easy care groundcover
Incredibly showy spring bloom
Vigorous growth allows for great erosion control
Native bees love the nectar and the pollen
Moist, low, shaded ground from Maine south to Florida and west to Texas and Minnesota.
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Map Credit: The Biota of North America Map Key: Green (native), Teal (native,adventive), Blue (present), Yellow (present & rare), Red (extinct)
Rain gardens are a useful way for homeowners as well as businesses to reduce runoff. Water is captured by a rain garden's appropriate native plants giving it a chance to slowly filter into the ground reducing erosion and waterway pollution.
Prefers consistently moist, well-drained soil in part to full shade. More sun requires more moisture. Excellent for native and wild gardens as well as color for shady wooded areas.