Wayne Roderick Daisy

Erigeron glaucus x 'Wayne Roderick'

An evergreen perennial discovered in the California Bay Area, and native to California’s and Oregon’s coastal regions. Aster-like, lavender-colored blooms emerge during spring and summer seasons, opening up to 2 inches across, contrasting nicely against dark gray-green foliage. Attractive to pollinators, ‘Wayne Roderick’ grows in a more compact, mounding form than the species, and tends to be more tolerant to heat and drought. Plant en masse as a charming groundcover, foreground for flowering borders, or add as a foundation for container plantings.


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Wayne Roderick Daisy

Erigeron glaucus x 'Wayne Roderick'
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1 gallon, 6" h x 10" w

Deciduous / Evergreen

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A bush or multi refers to a shrub or small tree grown with multiple stems.

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