*This plant is not currently in production, but the page is preserved for informational purposes.

Prairie zinnia grows on arid hillsides and mesas throughout much of the Southwest at elevations from 2000 to 6000 feet. This deciduous, long-lived perennial groundcover spreads by underground stems to form colonies. It blooms though the summer and into fall with yellow-orange daisy-like flowers. After blooming, the flowers turn dry and papery and persist on the plant. Plant in full sun and well-drained soils.

At a Glance Summary

Type: Perennial

Size (H x W): 1ft x 2ft

Flower Color: Yellow

Hardiness: Zone 4: -30˚F

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