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Englemania peristenia

Englemann's Daisy
Scientific NameEnglemania peristenia
Common NameEnglemann’s Daisy
FamilyAsteraceae
HabitHerbaceous perennial. Deeply cleft and toothed leaves are mostly basal,
forming a large clump or winter rosette.
Growth FormForms decorative rosettes of crisp, ruffled gray foliage.
Mature Size18-36″ Width: 15-18″
FlowersYellow. The 8-10 ray flowers are 1/2 inch long and indented at the tip.
Blooms from May to Frost.
HardinessZones 5-10
Sun RequirementsFull Sun, Partial Sun
Water RequirementsModerate to xeric. Drought resistant.
Appreciates supplemental watering during dry spells
Soil RequirementsSandy, Clay, Average, Compost Enriched Garden Loam soils
Other InfoDeer resistant
attracts butterflies
bee friendly
rabbit resistant
Native
Additional PhotosEnglemann's Daisy