Packera obovata

  • Similar to its popular cousin, Packera aurea, but blooms 2 weeks later.
  • Smaller round leaves and the ability to withstand drier, full-sun conditions without losing its verdant appearance.
  • Naturalizes into large colonies in optimum growing conditions by both self-seeding and stolons.
  • Flat topped yellow, daisy-like flowers in April- June.
  • Easily grown in average, moist, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade.
  • Ht: 10-16 inches with flower.


Height: 4-6 in
Zone: 3-8
Color: Yellow

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Characteristics & Attributes

Attracts Wildlife:

» Attracts Butterflies
» Attracts Pollinators

Foliage Color:

» Green

Exposure:

» Sun/ Part Shade

Soil Moisture:

» Average Water
» Moist, Well Drained

Season of Interest (Flowering):

» Spring

Season of Interest (Foliage):

» Fall
» Spring
» Summer