Venegasia carpesioides - Canyon Sunflower
Venegasia carpesioides is found in the oak woodlands and stream banks, not too far from shade, moisture, and the coast. With its lush green growth it can visually cool a section of the garden. Canyon Sunflower will take a summer drought but looks miserable. With the addition of just a little water it will bloom all year. A 20° F cold snap burnt the Canyon Sunflower back but it recovered completely. As long as Venegasia carpesioides is growing it is blooming, the primary blooming periods are spring and the cool portion of the late Fall and early Winter.
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