ELDORADO ENGELMANN DAISY
Eldorado Engelmann Daisy is a native, cool-season perennial forb which can grow up to three feet tall. Engelmann Daisy is adapted to a wide range of soil types and climate conditions and grows throughout Texas. The plant has a deep tap root which makes it a hardy, drought tolerate native species. White-tailed deer and all types of livestock readily graze the plant, which is considered an excellent early spring forage species. Engelmann Daisy is an excellent addition to native wildflower mixes, range and wildlife habitat restoration mixes, and as a component of native perennial food plot plantings for wildlife. It is also used as a component of roadside seeding mixes in much of the state. Please call to place an order (210) 661-4191.
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Eldorado Engelmann Daisy is a native, cool-season perennial forb which can grow up to 3’ tall with showy yellow flowers. Engelmann Daisy is adapted to a wide range of soil types and climate conditions, but is found most frequently throughout south, central, and west Texas, often on roadsides or in areas protected from continuous heavy grazing. Engelmann daisy is good livestock forage, and is frequently browsed by white-tailed deer. It is also an important pollinator plant due to its long flowering period and spring through early summer bloom time. The plant is commonly used in wildlife habitat and range restoration seed mixes, in wildlife plantings, for pollinators, and in wildflower seed mixes. Engelmann Daisy has a deep tap root which makes it a hardy, drought tolerate species.
Eldorado Engelmann Daisy was developed and released by the USDA NRCS Knox City Plant Materials Center. This variety originates from a composite collection of seed from native plants growing northwest of Eldorado, Texas in Schleicher County.
For more information: Eldorado Engelmann Daisy Brochure from USDA NRCS
2 - 3 lbs. pure live seed (PLS) per acre
Up to 3 feet
Found most frequently throughout south, central, and west Texas