Scientific Name: Engelmannia peristenia
Common Names: Engelmann's Daisy
Part of the Sunflower Family (Asteraceae), the Engelmann daisy is a favorite for grazing with livestock and much of the plant has been eaten out of the grasslands, prairies and savannah that makes up so much of Texas. Grows upright to spreading with stems stout and woody, one to several. Flower heads 1-2" across, usually 8 petals. Flowers found few to several ending in clusters. Grows in all parts of state except Northeast. Blooms February - November.
Bloom Color(s): yellow
Bloom Period: March to July
Plant Family: Asteraceae
Growth Habit: Forb/herb
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