PICKUP OF PLANTS WILL BE MAY 26 AFTERNOON AND MAY 27 MORNING
An upright perennial with attractive green, divided and serrated leathery leaves, Zizia aurea has long been popular for its showy yellow flowers. These form 3 -4" bloooms that cluster together lasting several weeks. The seeds and foliage turn purplish in fall, adding late season interest to the garden. Low maintenance and easy to grow, Golden Alexanders are an excellent choice for a cottage garden. pollinator bed, or perennial border. It prefers full sun, but will tolerate some shade under an open canopy. Bloom times are between late spring and early summer, a transitional period during which few other perennials are in flower.
Common Name Golden Alexanders Latin Name Zizia aurea Variety Species H x W 1-2' x 1-2' Light Requirements Sun-Pt Shade Habit Herb Plant Uses Flower Key Function Beneficial attractor Other Functions Wildlife