Rosinweed

Silphiuk compositum

(Wildflower)

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Profile for the Rosinweed

Type of Plant: Stout, erect, perennial wildflower with yellow disk florets 2 - 3" in size. Rough, coarse stems. Grows to a height of 3 4 feet tall.  Bears large, highly attractive yellow daisies with a distinctive greendisk.
Habitat: Moist pinelands and disturbed sites.
Distribution: Central and north Florida Zones 8 - 9
Landscape Use: Good plant for informal gardens. Large enough to be used as a background plant.
Wildlife Benefit:  
Soil: Well-drained soil.
Light: Full sun to part shade.  Zones 8 9.
Water:  
Misc: Flowers in summer and autumn or all year southward.

 

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