Bahiopsis parishii – 1 gal

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Description

Botanical nameBahiopsis parishii
Common nameParish’s goldeneye
Size1 gallon

Parish’s goldeneye, also known as desert sunflower or cat’s tongue, is a multi-branching shrub with coarse leaves and bright yellow daisy-like flowers. Leaves are dark green and triangular in shape. It is found on dry, rocky slopes in creosote bush scrub and Joshua tree woodland plant communities.

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  • This product is available for curb-side pick-up only.
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