Showy lat-topped bunches of slender little bright yellow flowers rise up above the almost succulent rush-like leaves of this amazing little plant from September to October, tufts of evergreen leaves persist over the winter months, at home in very sandy or fine gravel acidic soils - often over stony outcrops, moist savannas or seepage slopes, an excellent rock garden plant for dry exposed sites, forms colonies.
Native Range: e. TX to FL & GA. Rare in FL
Germination - Very Easy: Surface sow & then cover seed lightly with sand. Germinates under warm (75o) conditions
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