Natives of Texas -- Rock Daisy

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Rock Daisy
Compositae Perityle lindheimeri

This small compact perennial is found only in the Edwards Plateau.  If you look across the creek and up on the rock face of the cliff you will see balls of green (or yellow if it is bloom time), that is this little daisy clinging to the rock.  It has many small yellow flowers and can bloom off and on from late spring to early fall.  It would be great in a stacked stonewall or stuffed between big rocks.  It is usually less than a foot tall.

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