Wyethia invenusta, Colville's Mule Ears, grows in openings in the upper central oak woodland and Yellow pine forest in the Souther Sierras. The flowers are rayless but visited by native bees and butterflies.
This perennial will make small patches of green in area that has otherwise been covered to weeds. Plant in full sun and water once a week through the first summer. In most areas of California that will be enough.
Syn. Agnorhiza invenusta
Wyethia invenusta tolerates deer.
Wyethia invenusta is great for a bird garden and a butterfly garden.
Foliage of Wyethia invenusta has color green-gray and is deciduous.
Flower of Wyethia invenusta has color yellow.
Communities for Wyethia invenusta:Yellow Pine Forest and Central Oak Woodland.