Heterotheca jonesii x villosa 'Goldhill'
Tufted grey "scatter rugs" of fuzzy foliage make dense mounds in a sunny garden, clothed all season long (from late winter to fall) with cheerful yellow daisies. This natural hybrid combines the dense habit of its rare parent (H. jonesii) with vigor of the more common H. villosa. 'Goldhill' is apparently sterile so won't seed around like its common parent. Prefers well-drained soil. Tips from the pros: This plant is mostly maintenance free. It will rebloom even without deadheading.
|Spring to fall
|Dry to xeric
|USDA Hardiness Zone
|Well-drained loam or sandy
|Good for Pollination
|North American Native
|Annual Commercial Maintenance
|No maintenance, let it grow. Brush lightly if there is any winter die back.
|5-10 Year Commercial Maintenance
|No maintenance, long lived plant that is well behaved.
|Up to 8125 ft