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Damianita daisy
Scientific Name: Chrysactinia mexicana A. Gray
Synonym:
Family: Asteraceae
Damianita daisy (Chrysactinia  mexicana) Recommended Temperature Zone:
sunset: 1,2,10-13
USDA: 7b-10

Frost Tolerance: 5F (-15C)

Sun Exposure: Full sun, tolerates reflected sun. Becomes leggy if grown in too much shade.

Origin: Mexico (Coahuila), western Texas, New Mexico

Growth Habits: Evergreen shrub, slow growing, 12 inches to 2 feet tall (30 cm-60 cm), up to 3 feet in spread (90 cm); dark green, needles

Watering Needs: Low water use when established, however regular water is needed for consistent blooming.

Propagation: Seeds, cuttings


Rabbit resistant.

Blooming Habits:
Yellow, daisy-shaped flowers, up to 1 inch wide (2.5 cm), up to 1 inch wide (2.5 cm), year around.

Fruiting Habits:


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