Two-flower Cynthia (Krigia biflora)
Two-flower Cynthia (Krigia biflora)

Two-flower Cynthia (Krigia biflora)

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Item #:KRBIF

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Binomial

Krigia biflora
The orange-yellow flowers are similar to the common dandelion found in yards everywhere, so another common name for this plant is dwarf dandelion. Two-flower Cynthia tolerates a range of conditions, but prefers dappled sunlight and well-drained soil. It has a long bloom period that can range from May through August. The flowers attract a number of pollinators including bees, predatory wasps, butterflies, beetles, and hoverflies. It contains a bitter, white latex that deer and other herbivores are likely to avoid.

Uses:  deer resistant, pollinators, showy flowers, drought tolerant, long bloom period
Bloom time:  May - August

Height:  1 to 2 feet
Space:  8 to 12 inches

Sun:  Light sun to shade
Moisture: Dry to average

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