Check out the first blooms of the season now at
Golden ragworts are one of the first native plants to bloom in the spring.
These hardy, evergreen perennials send up stalks about a foot high,
topped with bright yellow daisy-like flowers.
New plants will be added as they come into bloom!
The first members of the aster family to bloom in the spring are the Erigeron species:
Erigeron pulchellus, Robin’s plantain and Erigeron philadelphicus, common fleabane.
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Both are perennials that form a ground cover year round and get stalks of white daisy-like flowers in the spring. Robin's plantain is shorter and may have pink flowers.
Background image: wood oats, Chasmanthium latifolium