Erigeron glaucus 'Wayne Roderick'
Wayne Roderick DaisyWayne Roderick Beach Aster, W. R. Erigeron, Wayne Roderick Fleabane, Dwarf Seaside Daisy
|Scientific Name||Erigeron glaucus 'Wayne Roderick'|
|Principal Common Name||Wayne Roderick Daisy|
|Common Name(s)||Wayne Roderick Beach Aster, W. R. Erigeron, Wayne Roderick Fleabane, Dwarf Seaside Daisy|
|Description||Sprawling, rather succulent, daisy-like flowering perennial, native to western coastal areas. Wayne Roderick grows to 8 in. high and bears larger lavender blooms in summer. Larger leaves than most E. glaucus and better adapted in warmer areas.|
|General Comments||Possible hybrid with E. glaucus as dominant parent, or just excellent E. glaucus selection by Wayne Roderick. Tolerates more heat than species plants.|
|Nativity||California and Oregon|
|Height Range||6 - 8 IN|
|Spread Range||8 - 12 IN|
|Sunset Zones||4 : 5 : 6 : 15 : 16 : 17 : 22 : 23 : 24|
|Leaf Color||Dark Green|
|Leaf Texture||Coarse : Smooth : Strap-like|
|Form||Subshrub : Succulent|
|Flower Time||Continuous : Spring : Summer : Fall|
|Ease of Growing||Easy|
|Light Preferences||Sun (minimum 8 hours direct sun) : Light Shade|
|Soil Preferences||Any : Well-drained|
|Watering Preferences||Drought Tolerant : Sparse|
|Outstanding Features||Attracts Bees : Attracts Butterflies : Cold Tolerant : Deer resistant : Drought tolerant : Evergreen : Fall Color : Flower : Poor Soil tolerant : Seaside tolerant|
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