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Fleabane Daisy, Green Rabbit bush
Scientific Name: Erigeron divergens Torr. & A. Gray
Family: Asteraceae
Fleabane Daisy, Green Rabbit bush (Erigeron divergens)
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Recommended Temperature Zone:
sunset: 2,10-13
USDA: 8-10

Frost Tolerance: Hardy to 5 F (-15C)

Sun Exposure: Full sun

Origin: Southwestern USA (New Mexico, Arizona, California) and Northern Mexico

Growth Habits: Clump forming perennial herb, up to 16 inches tall (40 cm)

Watering Needs: Little water once established

Propagation: Division in fall or spring.

Fleabane Daisy, Green Rabbit bush (Erigeron divergens)

Britton, N.L., and A. Brown. 1913. Illustrated flora of the northern states and Canada. Vol. 3: 439.

Cultural Practices:
The Erigeron divergens like a moderately fertile well drained soil. Place the young Fleabane Daisies plants 3 feet apart. Cut the older plants back to the ground in late winter to keep them compact.

Blooming Habits:
The fleabane daisy is covered with a mass of purple and white, daisy-like flowers in February to October. Some varieties exist with white flowers. All the varieties are good as cut flowers

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