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Plants Matching melampodium

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Image of Melampodium photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Melampodium)

Commonly known as blackfoot daisies, there are approximately 36 species in the genus Melampodium. Characterized by their colorful and prolific daisies these variable plants may be annuals, perennials or subshrubs. They are native to tropical and subtropical regions of the United States, Mexico, West Indies, Central America and South America. A few species are grown as popular bedding plants.

Melampodium are, round, bushy and form neat clumps that may be spreading or upright....

Image of Melampodium divaricatum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Butter Daisy, Melampodium)

A tried and true annual for hot weather, butter daisy will produce a colorful show of small golden daisies through the worst heat of summer into fall. This bushy annual originates from Central America where it has become adapted to hot, humid summer conditions. Established plants will also withstand periods of drought. Little to no deadheading is required to keep plants looking good.

The dense, well-branched stems of butter daisy are lined with opposite green leaves that are slightly fuzzy and...

Image of Melampodium divaricatum

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Butter Daisy, Million Gold Melampodium)

The compact and carefree 'Million Gold' has bright green foliage and produces a wealth of golden flowers that stand up to rain, high heat and even light frost. A tried and true annual for hot weather, butter daisy will produce a colorful show of small golden daisies through the worst heat of summer into fall. This bushy annual originates from Central America where it has become adapted to hot, humid summer conditions. Established plants will also withstand periods of drought. Little to no deadheading...

Image of Melampodium divaricatum

Mark A. Miller

(Butter Daisy)

The compact 'Showstar' has lush green foliage and produces lots of larger-than-normal golden flowers that stand up to rain, high heat and even light frost. A tried and true annual for hot weather, butter daisy will produce a colorful show of small golden daisies through the worst heat of summer into fall. This bushy annual originates from Central America where it has become adapted to hot, humid summer conditions. Established plants will also withstand periods of drought. Little to no deadheading...

Image of Melampodium leucanthum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Plains Blackfoot)

A beautifully low spreading perennial that heavily produces white daisy flowers, the plains blackfoot blossoms are also fragrant. Native to the rocky, drier soils of the American Southwest and northern Mexico, it can be relatively short-lived if fertile soil and water are too abundant. Typically evergreen, with narrow leaves that are gray-green, the plant is a clumping but sprawling perennial. Atop the the stems will be small white petaled flowers surrounding a yellow disc center. In mild winter...

Image of Melampodium paludosum photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Melampodium)

Commonly known as blackfoot daisies, there are approximately 36 species in the genus Melampodium. Characterized by their colorful and prolific daisies these variable plants may be annuals, perennials or subshrubs. They are native to tropical and subtropical regions of the United States, Mexico, West Indies, Central America and South America. A few species are grown as popular bedding plants.

Melampodium are, round, bushy and form neat clumps that may be spreading or upright....