This low growing, introduced wildflower, provides a golden cascade of early spring color for rock gardens and edges of beds or raised gardens. Great for hot, dry areas with poor soils. The spreading grey-green foliage forms a great ground cover even after the blooms fade. Trim off the spent flowers just above the foliage. Small clusters of golden-yellow flowers on slender branching stems. Germination temp.: 50-70 degrees F in 5 – 15 days. Press onto surface of soil in early spring.
Height: 8-12″, spreads to 12″
Rate: 1 oz./100 sq.ft.
Bloom time: Late Spring – Early Summer
Zone: 4 – 8 (can be grown as an annual in zones 8-10)
pkt wt: 2 gm, approx. 2,000 seeds