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Southern Golden Ragwort - Jacobaea Vulgaris. is a Tall, Yellow Cluster Flowering Perennial
Southern Ragwort is a tall perennial. During May and June and has a yellow cluster of flowers at the top of the stem. Southern Ragwort grows in a variety of soil types and can also increase in moist and well-drained soils. It grows to 4-6" foot (45-120 cm) tall. This plant is also called Senecio Anonymus. It is spotted increasing in large fields and even on the sides of roads in ditches during the warmer weather. This plant grows a lot in the Great Smoky Mountains rocky terrain. Southern ragwort has the potential almost effortlessly to make any garden look like a glowing golden meadow. Though its name implies shabbiness, its effects can be dazzling, especially if planted in more massive quantities. The sturdy stems branch apart into clusters of delicate composite flowers, each less than half an inch wide.
Southern Golden Ragwort is Excellent for adding Texture and Interest to your Riverbank, Edging and Cliff Landscaping
The starbursts of thin, bright yellow petals and the chunky orange centers are two different types of flowers, which, together, create an eye-catching bloom with a distinctive character and charm. The ragwort stems also sprout two dramatically different kinds of leaves, one at the base and one farther up the stalk, for added visual interest. These hardy perennials spread readily, return year after year, and are easy to care for once they are established. Though most asters bloom in the late summer and fall, this member of the Asteraceae family will cheer up your garden in the springtime, flowering from April to May in the Southeastern United States or from early June to mid-July in the Northeast. If you are looking for a native North American species to add texture and interest to your landscaping, it is the plant for you.
The Packera obovata plant, known commonly as the Southern Ragwort and also referred to as the Round-Leaved Ragwort, is an herbaceous perennial member of the Asteraceae family and is most frequently found growing in the Southeastern United States and Southern Canada. This plant is best grown in the United States Department of Agriculture Growing Zones 3 – 8. Actively growing populations of the ragwort found in a variety of habitats, including river banks and meadows, as well as the edges of cliffs.
When fully grown, the plant reaches a maximum height of up to 18 inches tall and has a maximal spread of between 6 inches and 12 inches. The months of April, May, and June are this plant's peak blooming times, and the blooms of the ragwort are known for their distinctive radiant yellow color. It grows well in a wide range of light conditions as it is well-adapted to lightly shaded environments, moderately shaded environments, and also to environments with direct sunlight exposure. Stems of the plant reach a maximum height of 14 to 20 inches, and the blooms feature a distinctive yellow color, often resembling daisy flowers.
Since the Southern Ragwort grows well in a wide variety of light exposure settings, this plant often planted in both wild and woodland gardens.