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Image of Bidens photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Beggarticks)

Almost every child, puppy and kitten has carried and dispersed the seeds of Bidens. Variously known as beggarsticks, sticktights, Spanish needles and bur marigolds these annoying seeds are the product of sweet, daisy-like flowers.

There are about 200 species of herbs, shrubs or vines which make up the genus Bidens. They are annuals or perennials and can be found growing throughout much of the world, most often in subtropical, tropical, and temperate North America and South...

Image of Bidens aristosa photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Bearded Beggarticks)

Pretty foliage and bright yellow, daisy-like flowers in summer and fall makes every gardener covet the bearded beggarticks. However, a copious production of two-pronged seeds that resemble ticks, readily snag in a pet's coat or on your pant legs. For this reason, this species warrants control to prevent rampant colonization across a landscape. Even though attractive in bloom, some people will always regard this wildflower as a weed.

Bearded beggarticks is a fast-growing annual native to the...

Image of Bidens ferulifolia photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Apache Beggarticks)

A short-lived, spreading perennial, often grown as an annual, Apache beggarsticks has a low, spreading habit and airy, rich green foliage. This native of the southern United States and Mexico is heat-loving and showy in bloom, when it produce many open, broad petaled golden yellow flowers at the ends of slender stems from summer to fall. The flowers are attractive to bees and butterflies and require little deadheading.

A plant for sunny sites, Apache beggarsticks grows best in rich to average...

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Jesse Saylor

(Apache Beggarticks, Solaire® Yellow Beggarticks)

The perfect-size plant for small patio containers or the front of the flower bed, Solaire® Yellow beggarticks produces bright yellow, five-petaled flowers. While this species is usually a short-lived, spreading perennial, often grown as an annual, Solaire® Yellow always tends to die-out after about a year even if ideal growing conditions prevail. Each plants is a mound of fine-textured, deep green leaves. From early summer to fall's first frost, yellow flowers (perhaps with a deeper hint of gold)...

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Syngenta

(Apache Beggarticks, Mexican Gold™ Apache Beggarticks)

A short-lived perennial, often grown as an annual, Mexican Gold™ Apache beggarticks is a upright-growing variety that has a more spreading to semi-trailing habit. It is early flowering and holds the flower clusters on fairly sturdy stems above the foliage. This plant species originates from the southern United States and Mexico, but 'Fisbimex' was selected as a result of a controlled breeding program in Germany in 2004. Apache beggarticks is heat-loving and has fern-like, rich green foliage. From...

(Apache Beggarticks, Bidens, Gold Marie Bidens)

A short-lived perennial, often grown as an annual, ‘Gold Marie’ beggarsticks is a vigorous selection with a bushy, spreading habit and fine, rich green foliage. This native of the southern United States and Mexico is heat-loving and becomes adorned with a showy display of many clear golden yellow daisies from summer to fall. These are attractive to bees and butterflies and require little deadheading.

A tough plant for sunny sites, Apache beggarsticks grows best in rich to average soil with good...

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Jessie Keith

(Apache Beggarticks, Bidens, Golden Star Bidens)

A short-lived perennial, often grown as an annual, ‘Golden Star’ beggarsticks is a vigorous selection distinguished by its compact, yet upright and bushy habit and early bloom time. It originates from the southern United States and Mexico, is heat-loving and has ferny, rich green foliage. From early summer to fall it becomes adorned with a showy display of many bright yellow daisies. These are attractive to bees and butterflies and require little deadheading.

A tough plant for sunny sites, Apache...

(Apache Beggarticks, Bidens, Goldilocks Rocks™ Bidens)

A short-lived perennial, often grown as an annual, Goldilocks Rocks™ Apache beggarticks is a upright-growing mounded variety. It is early flowering and holds the flower clusters on fairly sturdy stems above the foliage. This plant species originates from the southern United States and Mexico. Apache beggarticks is heat-loving and has fern-like, rich green foliage. From early summer to fall it becomes adorned with a showy display of many bright yellow daisies, perhaps with a hint of gold tones. These...

Image of Bidens ferulifolia (MEXICAN GOLD™ COMPACT) photo by: Syngenta

Syngenta

(Apache Beggarticks, Mexican Gold™ Compact Apache Beggarticks)

Lacy foliage and small, five-petaled yellow flowers always are a cheerful addition to a garden. A short-lived perennial, often grown as an annual, Mexican Gold™ Compact Apache beggarticks is a mounding variety that's perfect for mixed-composition patio containers or as border edging. It is early flowering and holds the flower clusters on wiry stems above the foliage. This plant species originates from the southern United States and Mexico. Apache beggarticks is heat-loving and has fern-like, rich...

Image of Bidens ferulifolia

Jesse Saylor

(Apache Beggarticks)

Here's an exceptionally low-spreading or cascading Apache beggarticks cultivar that's perfect for hanging baskets, groundcover or to spill over the edge of a large patio container. A short-lived perennial, often grown as an annual, 'Peters Goldteppich' was discovered growing in Peter Wicki-Freidl's Swiss garden in 1996. The plant species is from the southwestern United States and Mexico but prized as an ornamental in gardens worldwide. Peter's Gold Carpet (the literal translation of the cultivar...