Rabbit Brush, Chamisa
Erect, freely branching shrubs to 6 ft. tall, 3 ft. wide; branches are white, with greenish upper surfaces. Gray-green and narrow leaves often drop by bloom time in late summer or fall, when branching, flat-topped or somewhat rounded clusters of fluffy flowers appear at stem ends. Leaves and stems are strongly aromatic. Useful for roadside or naturalistic plantings, revegetation, low-care or no-care borders. Numerous subspecies of both plants described below exist; some are better suited than others to the coldest zones.Chrysothamnus nauseosus
Native over a remarkably wide range, from Saskatchewan and British Columbia, Canada, south to Texas, Sonora, and Baja California. This species has very yellow flowers.
Native to dry regions of the Southwest and northward to Canada. Forms a clump 1-2 ft. tall and wide; t...
Native to the dry regions of the Southwest and northward to Canada. Forms a clump 1–2 ft. high and wid...
Native from southern Wyoming to Arizona and New Mexico. To 2–3 ft. tall, 2 ft.wide. Dark green l...