An evergreen shrub normally 6 feet tall. It has yellow flowers, 2 inches across in March - June, grey-green leaves. Native to calif. coast ranges. Likes sun, fast-draining soil, better in clay soil if given no water after est.. If happy in location will grow to 6 feet in two years. Will tolerate almost garden conditions if given perfect drainage. Use where a tough flowering shrub is needed. Tougher than Dendromecon Harfordii in almost all respects and gives a good-excellent show in the spring. It had no cold damage at 5 deg. Froze to the ground at 0, but recovered rapidly. Do not fertilize either of these.
Dendromecon rigida tolerates clay and serpentine.
Dendromecon rigida's foliage color is silver and type is evergreen.
Dendromecon rigida's flower color is yellow.
Communities for Dendromecon rigida:Chaparral.
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