Viguiera laciniata

San Diego Sunflower and San Diego Marguerite.

1Gal Container (Up to 13)
San Diego Sunflower is a very floriferous perennial sub-shrub that grows in southern San Diego County. In many gardens it will flower for almost every month of the year. The flowers look like delicate sunflowers. In the wild it grows with Artemisia californica, Salvia apiana, Rhus ovata and other chaparral plants on south, west and east facing slopes. This plant adds greatly to a planting if combined with Trichostema, Penstemon centranthifolius, Penstemon spectabilis, Salvia clevelandii, Encelia californica or E. farinosa, and Diplacus. Add a few long term plants in for long term stability, such as Arctostaphylos, Rhus, Ceanothus, Quercus, etc., and you have a show stopper long term. San Diego Sunflower tolerates everything from regular water through drought, sun to part-sun, sand to clay, but it does not like standing water nor hard frosts.
Syn. Bahiopsis laciniata.

Foliage of Viguiera laciniata is evergreen.
Flower of Viguiera laciniata has color yellow.

Communities for Viguiera laciniata:Coastal Sage Scrub.

ph: 6.00 to 8.00
usda: 9 to 10
height[m]: 1.00 to 1.50
width[m]: 1.00 to 2.00
rainfall[cm]: 30.00 to 60.00

What does all this mean!?!

Other places you might find us roaming about:

Do you like what we're doing with the pages?
Email SHORT questions or suggestions

We tried to use kibble for the webmaster, he still can't type. He does bark the answers.
Copyright 1992-2014 Las Pilitas Nursery
Edited on Oct 04, 2013. Authors:
Site Index