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Small genus with only 2 hardy, rhizomatous, herbaceous species. They are cultivated ornamentally for their attractive, 5-petalled, yellow flowers. One is located in the Eastern USA and one in Madagascar. They reside in the Asteraceae (Asteraceae) family of daisies and produce textured, rounded foliage.
How to propagate Chrysogonum
You can propagate by division in the spring.
Seeds when fresh.
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Other uses of Chrysogonum
Suitable in rock gardens.