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Great Design Plant: Angelita Daisy

Angelita Daisy

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melodyz wrote:
Is it drought. Tolerant? - Such a lovely flower. Do you know what it looks like in the winter?
   Comment   May 30, 2013
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Hello. Angelita Daisies are drought tolerant, but look best with supplemental water. They are evergreen and will flower in winter in zones 8 an up.
May 30, 2013 at 4:23PM     
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May 30, 2013 at 4:33PM     
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Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting added this to Great Native Plant: Angelita Daisy
Botanical name: Tetraneuris acaulis (formerly Hymenoxys acaulis)Common name: Angelita daisyOrigin: Native to the American SouthwestUSDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: LowLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 12 inches tall and 15 inches wideTolerances: Drought tolerant but does best with weekly wateringSeasonal interest: Yellow daisy-like flowers appear throughout the year in zones 8 and above. In zones 5 to 7, it will go dormant in winter. When to plant: Plant from container plants in fall or spring.

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judith195 added this to Plants
June 6, 2014
Botanical name: Tetraneuris acaulis (formerly Hymenoxys acaulis) Common name: Angelita daisy Origin: Native to the American Southwest USDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Low Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 12 inches tall and 15 inches wide Tolerances: Drought tolerant but does best with weekly watering Seasonal interest: Yellow daisy-like flowers appear throughout the year in zones 8 and above. In zones 5 to 7, it will go dormant in winter. When to plant: Plant from container plants in fall or spring.
Denise Whitaker added this to denise_whitaker's Ideas
March 26, 2014
Angelita daisy, perennial, sturdy
Alford's Landscaping added this to Boyd Job
February 21, 2014
Could mix some daisies by the pool too.
rootyt added this to rootyt's Favorites
December 6, 2013
Daisy
yardowner added this to outdoors
July 19, 2013
yellow-flowering perennial
lisagabriel added this to lisagabriel's ideas
July 17, 2013
Low water need, color throughout year in zone 8+, low plant along with purple trailing lantana and redbird of paradise
atmyspace23 added this to landscapes for me
July 4, 2013
daisies are drought tolerant
clnt added this to landscaping
June 29, 2013
Angelica daisy
minningers added this to minningers's ideas
June 22, 2013
Angelita daisy
ncprhouse added this to 2125
June 16, 2013
in bookmarks on profile page Botanical name: Tetraneuris acaulis (formerly Hymenoxys acaulis) Common name: Angelita daisy Origin: Native to the American Southwest
nanfis added this to nanfis's Favorites
June 12, 2013
Angelita Daisy
beverlypatt added this to beverlypatt's ideas
June 10, 2013
Angelita daisy, Tetraneuris acaulis, full sun, drought tolerant
blackpoll added this to blackprl
June 5, 2013
For front garden
donatalp added this to Plants for Southwets landscaping
May 31, 2013
I need this in the garden
bickel18 added this to bickel18's ideas
May 31, 2013
flower2
dmvroenen added this to Landscape Ideas
May 31, 2013
full sun, good in dessert,
chriscoddbrown added this to Chriscoddbrown garden
May 30, 2013
It blooms year round Botanical name: Tetraneuris acaulis (formerly Hymenoxys acaulis) Common name: Angelita daisy Origin: Native to the American Southwest USDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Low Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 12 inches tall and 15 inches wide Tolerances: Drought tolerant but does best with weekly watering Seasonal interest: Yellow daisy-like flowers appear throughout the year in zones 8 and above. In zones 5 to 7, it will go dormant in winter. When to plant: Plant from container plants in fall or spring.
jamramer added this to landscape
May 30, 2013
angelita daisy
ncprhouse added this to pr house's ideas
May 28, 2013
in bookmarks on profile page Botanical name: Tetraneuris acaulis (formerly Hymenoxys acaulis) Common name: Angelita daisy Origin: Native to the American Southwest
auctionbound74 added this to auctionbound74's ideas
May 28, 2013
Angelita Daisy
rejuvdesign added this to rejuvdesign
May 28, 2013
Tetraeuris/ Angelita daisy
dianeolstad added this to dianeolstad's ideas
May 28, 2013
Have this in front yard under sango kaku tree. Love it!
nstringer added this to Patio
May 28, 2013
Angelita daisy, low water use, no fertilizer, 12"H x 15"W
breannski added this to breannski's ideas
May 28, 2013
landscape
lewisja added this to lewisja's ideas
May 28, 2013
Angelita daisy. Cold hardy in our area. Water: low. full sun
Beth Robinson added this to beth_robinson870's Ideas
May 27, 2013
Lv
LaDonna McAlister added this to gardens
May 27, 2013
Garden
carmichaelwd added this to carmichaelwd's Ideas
May 27, 2013
Colorful and low maintenance
dradski added this to dradski's ideas
May 27, 2013
angelita daisy
oilers4 added this to oilers4's ideas
May 27, 2013
Angelita Daisy
mocha53 added this to mocha53's ideas
May 27, 2013
Botanical name: Tetraneuris acaulis (formerly Hymenoxys acaulis) Common name: Angelita daisy Origin: Native to the American Southwest USDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Low Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 12 inches tall and 15 inches wide Tolerances: Drought tolerant but does best with weekly watering Seasonal interest: Yellow daisy-like flowers appear throughout the year in zones 8 and above. In zones 5 to 7, it will go dormant in winter. When to plant: Plant from container plants in fall or spring.
baffsis added this to Baffsis Outdoors
May 27, 2013
might be good outside here
adagiomom added this to adagiomom's Ideas
May 27, 2013
Garden idea.
edymac added this to edymac's ideas
May 26, 2013
good plant
jillbr added this to jillbr's ideas
May 26, 2013
perennial to try-sunny area
sierra112 added this to plants
May 26, 2013
Botanical name: Tetraneuris acaulis (formerly Hymenoxys acaulis) Common name: Angelita daisy Origin: Native to the American Southwest USDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Low Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 12 inches tall and 15 inches wide Tolerances: Drought tolerant but does best with weekly watering Seasonal interest: Yellow daisy-like flowers appear throughout the year in zones 8 and above. In zones 5 to 7, it will go dormant in winter. When to plant: Plant from container plants in fall or spring.
capzar added this to capzar's ideas
May 26, 2013
Angelita daisy
Ariana McNally added this to ariana_mcnally's ideas
May 26, 2013
Potential flower for front or side garden.
bforbis1 added this to bforbis1's Ideas
May 26, 2013
angelita daisy
Sarah Barlow added this to sarah_barlow's ideas
May 26, 2013
Angelita daisy
Kathy Miller added this to kathy_m's Favorites
May 26, 2013
Blooms
wbourgault added this to Landscaping
May 26, 2013
angelita daisy
claramagel added this to claramagel's Favorites
May 26, 2013
Angelita Daisy
vermont88 added this to vermont88's ideas
May 26, 2013
for area between lawn and patio
jhb24 added this to Pants that take Full Sun
May 26, 2013
Angelita Daisy
walterjs added this to Exterior Ideas
May 26, 2013
For front walkway
kiandy added this to kiandy's ideas
May 26, 2013
angelita daisy
janket added this to outside
May 26, 2013
Botanical name: Tetraneuris acaulis (formerly Hymenoxys acaulis) Common name: Angelita daisy Origin: Native to the American Southwest USDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Low Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 12 inches tall and 15 inches wide Tolerances: Drought tolerant but does best with weekly watering Seasonal interest: Yellow daisy-like flowers appear throughout the year in zones 8 and above. In zones 5 to 7, it will go dormant in winter. When to plant: Plant from container plants in fall or spring.
mehranforsandiego added this to mehranforBenchwall ideas
May 26, 2013
Plant
vbax added this to vbax's ideas
May 26, 2013
Angelita daisy
zijm added this to zijm's ideas
May 26, 2013
Angelita Daisy, love the color and the hardiness. low water requirement botanical name tetraneuris acaulis, formerly Hymenoxys acaulis. front yard or slope
mayleenoah added this to mayleenoah's Ideas
May 26, 2013
Aq
bettybartos added this to bettybartos's ideas
May 26, 2013
Angelita Daisy, bright yellow
Kristine Mabry added this to kristine_mabry's Ideas
May 26, 2013
For the side of the house?
hammerhugger added this to hammerhugger's ideas
May 26, 2013
that it can be grown in the southwest
bodom19 added this to Landscape Ideas
May 25, 2013
color
Sadma added this to bhanuprakash's ideas
May 25, 2013
what a yellow
kathypup added this to kathypup's Favorites
May 25, 2013
Angelita daisy
eenderling added this to Landscape
May 24, 2013
Front layer arou d drive way
salonmarie added this to salonmarie's Ideas
May 24, 2013
Gros 3 to vive together full s'un all summer
snowjulie added this to Backyard
May 24, 2013
Angelita daisy
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