Angelita Daisy Tetraneuris acaulis Bright eyed, fragrant yellow daisy blossoms face the sky and continue to rebloom from June to September. Extremely drought tolerant, perfect for xeriscapes, alpine and rock gardens, this compact upright grower gives loads of color with little effort. A great nectar source for native insects.
Attracts native butterflies and insects
Long, colorful bloom period
Extremely drought tolerant
Easy to grow, virtually no maintenance
Dense form makes it perfect for massing
Open dry hillsides and dry plains, west of the Mississippi.
The two-tailed swallowtail butterfly was designated the official state butterfly of Arizona in 2001. A large butterfly with a wingspan of 3-5", it is found only west of the Mississippi in North America and needs native plants like this one to thrive.