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These carefree plants provide bright yellow daisies in spring. Both spread readily by seed; remove spent blooms to prevent spread. Don't allow soil to dry out.
- Zones US, MS, LS; USDA 6-9.
- Native to eastern North America.
- To 2 feet high, 6 inches wide.
- Clump of bright green, toothed leaves is topped in spring by flat clusters of deep yellow, 12- to 1 inches-wide daisies.
- Good bog garden plant.
- Formerly known as Senecio aureus.
- Zones US, MS, LS, CS, TS; USDA 6-11.
- Native to the southeastern U.S. Fast-growing, prolifically self-seeding, easy-to-grow plant that makes a bright swath of yellow in wet soils from very early spring to the beginning of summer.
- Medium green, broadly toothed leaves to 10 inches long form a basal rosette, from which rises a 1- to 3 feet-tall stem topped by clusters of golden yellow, inch-wide, daisylike flowers.
- Formerly known as Senecio glabellus.