Annuals, Perennials, Flowers
Native to the northern Chihuahuan Desert, this rounded, somewhat coarse-foliaged plant grows to 1 1/2–3 ft. high and wide. Yellow daisies with maroon-and-green centers appear in spring and summer, sometimes into fall. Blooms smell like chocolate; fragrance is most intense in the morning. Once seed heads form, shear lightly to encourage more blooms. Native Americans used the flower heads to flavor foods; they dry well for winter bouquets. Sow seeds in place at any time. Thrives in clay soil.
Native to the northern Chihuahuan Desert, this rounded, somewhat coarse-foliaged plant grows to 1 1/2&...
Heat-loving shrubs have nectar-filled tubular flowers with two lobes above the mouth, three on the low...
Grows up to 5 ft. tall and 5–6 ft.wide. This species is sometimes likened to C. eriophylla