Packera aurea

Also known as Golden Groundsel, this native perennial is easy to grow and blooms nicely in shadier locations. It produces golden yellow, daisy-like flowers, which bloom from April to June. Basal leaves are dark green and oval in shape. Leaves along the flower stalk are more pinnatifid. Basal leaves may remain evergreen if winters are milder. Self seeds and spreads easily. Makes a great groundcover! Flowers will attract native bees.

Sun Exposure

Full to Full Shade

Bloom Time

April to June

Soil Moisture

Moist to Medium

Plant Height

1-3 Feet


Small Native Bee Species

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