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Western Sundancer Daisy

Plant Details

Plant Type: Perennial
Plant Family: Asteraceae
Plant Description: Blooming in late spring and again with the summer rains, Western Sundancer Daisy is a native Intermountain West wildflower. It requires little maintenance and once establish is quite xeric. No two flowers are the same as they rise above the short grass-like mounds. Encourage re-seeding by not removing spent blooms until spring. Also known as four-nerve daisy.


Perennial - Evergreen (soft-stemmed plants that keep their leaves and color during winter): Remove spent blooms to promote rebloom later. To avoid winter stress, wait until spring to identify what portions of the plant are still alive and then remove the rest.


Mature Size: 6-12" tall x 6-9" wide
Utah Native: Yes
Pollinator Friendly: Yes
Foliage Colors: Green
Bloom Colors: Yellow
Bloom Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall
Bloom Period: March - October

Growing Conditions

Hardiness Zone: 4 to 9
Light Requirement: Full Sun (6+ hours)
Irrigation Requirement: Very low (water to establish)

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Draper City Hall
1020 E. Pioneer Road
Draper, UT 84020

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