Much-branched shrubs grow to 3 ft. high and 4 ft. wide, with typically sparse foliage that tends to drop in times of drought. Loose clusters of yellow daisies bloom in spring; after bloom, cut back by at least a third to encourage repeat flowering. Useful for out-of-the-way places out of reach of irrigation. Be especially careful not to overwater in summer in hot desert regions.Encelia farinosa
Native to the Southwest. Rounded, aromatic (sap is fragrant), stiff-branched shrub with silvery, woolly leaves to 3 in. long in dense clusters. Shrub bears a profusion of yellow- or brown-centered daisies.
Native to the Southwest. Rounded, aromatic (sap is fragrant), stiff-branched shrub with silvery, ...
Native to California and Arizona. Stout stem to 3 ft. high is topped by a rosette of gray-green, 3&nda...
This is the most commonly grown species. In bloom it reaches 4–5 ft. high. The spineless leaves ...