Arkansas Lazy Daisy
Native to Texas and the southeastern US
- Central Texas
- Full Sun
- Part Sun/Shade
- Attracts Pollinators
About This Plant
Sun or partial shade. A petite daisy growing to 2 feet in well-drained or sandy soil. The flowers don’t open until midday — hence the common name.
As a white daisy, lazy daisy is easily mistaken for ox-eye daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare) — an invasive Eurasian weed accidentally introduced to the U.S. and now widespread.
None required. Sow seed in fall or early spring.
0.5-1.5' H, 1-2.0' W
Full Sun, Part Sun/Shade
Bees, Butterflies, Pollinators
April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November
This plant goes well with
- Bouteloua dactyloides, Bouteloua gracilis, and Hilaria belangeri
- Amblyolepis setigera
- Gaillardia aestivalis var. aestivalis
- Bouteloua dactyloides, Bouteloua gracilis, Hilaria belangeri