|WRIGHT'S HAIRY CROWN
Wright's Trichocoronis, Trichocoronis wrightii - Asteraceae, Sunflower Family
DESCRIPTION: A leaning or falling over herbaceous flowering annual
Height: To 2 feet
Flowers: White or bluish in clusters, spring
Fruit: Small achene
Foliage: Green, oval shaped 1 inch long and
1/4 inch wide
Growth rate: Fast
Sun: Full sun to partial shade
Maintenance: Little needed
NATIVE HABITAT: Moist soils along resacas and roadsides
WILDLIFE USE: Butterflies.
COMMENTS: A very striking mounded, green plant covered in tiny white flowers.Likely will thrive and flower through summer if kept moist.