Woolly sunflower Overview
Genus with around 13 perennials and evergreen subshrubs, characterised by their silvery foliage and daisy-like white or yellow flowers.Also known as woolly sunflowers. They originate from North America and are found naturally in mountainous sandy scrubland, some species are covered in hairs.
Common problems with Woolly sunflower
How to propagate Woolly sunflower
Division in spring.
Seed in autumn.
Other uses of Woolly sunflower
Has attractive, daisy-like flower heads, suitable for rock gardens as well as front of borders.