Native to Texas and Mexico. Compact, rounded plant to 2–3 ft. tall and wide; puts on a good show of bright orange-yellow daisies from late spring into autumn. Rough-textured, somewhat sticky dark green leaves are oval to lance-shaped. In cold winters, the plant can lose leaves or even die to the ground, but it recovers quickly in spring. In light shade, it blooms less and sprawls more, making an attractive groundcover. Give well-drained soil. Some botanists have recently changed the name of this plant to Wedelia hispida.
Native to southern Arizona, Baja California, and Mexico. Leaves to 4 in. long.
Has a mounding habit to 1 1/2 ft. high and 6 ft. wide. Pearl gray foliage and clusters of lavender to ...
Native to the southwestern U.S. Branching gray stems are set with narrow white leaves to 3/4 in. long....