This low-growing plant blankets a bed or cascades over the edge of a container. It grows 26 inches tall and 1218 inches wide. Small, grass-green leaves are topped with clear yellow blooms (1458 inches wide) all season. No deadheading is needed. Heat and drought tolerant. In areas where black- ened by frost, a quick cutback will make way for the plant to rebound, acting like a root-hardy perennial in the Lower South. Best known through its hybrids. 'GoldDust' performs better in the landscape due to more of a mounding habit than trailing. Reaches 24 inches in height. 'Goldflake' performs in much of the same way but flowers later than 'GoldDust'. 'Magic Carpet' has a slightly larger flower and shows a true trailing habit in a container, reaching 46 inches tall.