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Chrysactinia mexicana

Damianita Daisy

Description

Native to the south facing, rocky slopes of New Mexico and Texas, Damianita Daisy puts on a flush of yellow flowers like no other. The small, needlelike foliage gives off a sweet aroma that bursts into daisy-like flowers from spring until fall. Tolerating considerable drought, most soil types, and extreme temperatures, this tough, evergreen shrub fits easily into a variety of garden situations.

USDA Zone Range

8 to 11

Mature Height

1-2 ft

Flower Color

Yellow

Native Region

High deserts of southwest US and northern Mexico.

Variety

Perennial

Soil Type

Planting Guidelines

Maintenance

Elevation Range

Mature Width

1-2 ft

Plant Type

Growth Habit

Mounding and dense

Wildlife and Pollinators

Sunlight Requirements

Full Sun

Water Requirements

Drought Tolerant

Pruning

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