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Natural Range in Florida
Suitable to grow in:
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|2 ft tall by 1 to 2 ft wide
|Foliage is evergreen. Blooms late-October and November. Seeds in late-November to early-December.
|Scrub. In openings and open ecotones. Disturbance is required for persistence of this species. This species can be seen at the Balm-Boyette and Golden Aster preserves in Hillsborough County.
|Garden location where its silvery young foliage is visible but not where its somewhat weedy look at time of flowering (November) will be an issue.
always floodedextremely dry
|Not wet but not extremely dry ----- to ----- Very long very dry periods
|Salt Water Flooding Tolerance:
|Not salt tolerant of inundation by salty or brackish water.
|Salt Spray Tolerance:
|Low/no tolerance of salty wind or direct salt spray
Primarily wind dispersed, but small birds consume seed.
Butterflies and bees including green metallic, sweat, leafcutter, bumble and mining bees (Florida Wildflower Foundation).