Chrysogonum virginianum is a low-growing perennial which typically forms a foliage mat spreading 12" wide or more. It is native to woodland areas from Pennsylvania to Florida and Louisiana and has star-shaped, daisy-like, bright yellow flowers (to 1.5” diameter). Bloom is profuse in spring, but usually becomes sparse or stops in the heat of the summer, with a light rebloom occurring in fall.
Height: 3 - 5"
Spread: 10 - 12"'
Exposure: Part Sun (4 to 6 Hours)
Blooms: Spring & Fall