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Berlandiera texana

 
Berlandiera texana
green eyes
Berlandiera texana

Common name green eyes
Family asteraceae
Life cycle perennial (Z6-8)
Flowers yellow
Size 18-36"
Light sun
Cultural notes heat and drought tolerant

Dark-centered yellow flowers, not unlike those of coreopsis, over course, somewhat hairy mid-green leaves. Although it is native to Texas, its range is really more the northern plains of Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma, and the Ozarks. I hope it doesn't mind the steamier climate of the Texas Gulf Coast. Where it's happy, it will self-seed.

In our garden, this plant grows in the following area: houston back yard

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