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Chrysogonum virginianum is a low-growing native ground cover with star-shaped golden daisy-like flowers. This tough beauty has oval shaped gray-green leaves. Flowers are produced in great numbers in late spring and early summer. Plants thrive in moist well-drained soils in part sun or part shade. This is a great native groundcover and is a perfect alternative to Ajuga.
|Mature Height:||3 to 4 Inches|
|Mature Width:||2 Feet|
|Sunlight:||Part Sun to Part Shade|
|Spacing:||Plant 12 inches on center when planting as a ground-cover|
|Flower Color:||Golden Yellow|
|Flowering Season:||Late Spring|
|Soil Condition:||Average to dry soil|
|Water Requirements:||Water well until established|
How to Care for Chrysogonum virginianum
Be sure to read our planting instructions to ensure a healthy and happy plant for years to come!
How do I water my Chrysogonum virginianum?
Water Chrysogonum virginianum regularly to maintain evenly moist soil. Use caution to prevent over-watering as this will lead to crown rot.
What is the best light for my Chrysogonum virginianum?
Chrysogonum virginianum is a low maintenance groundcover with versatile sunlight requirements. The perennial thrives in part sun to part shade environments.
How do I propagate my Chrysogonum virginianum?
The Chrysogonum virginianum plant can be propagated by division, separating rooted stems. It should also be thinned every few years to prevent crown rot. .
How do I plant my Chrysogonum virginianum?
For optimal spread in the first year, plant 12 inches apart on center when used as groundcover. The Chrysogonum virginianum groundcover spreads rapidly and will provide amazing coverage in the first season. It also makes an excellent accent plant in container gardening. This groundcover does well in normal, acidic and clay environments.