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Wayne Roderick Daisy


An evergreen perennial with large lavender-blue semi-double daisy-like flower heads and bluish-green lance-shaped or broadly spoon-shaped foliage. A spontaneous seedling hybrid of E. glaucus and another Erigeron species, 'Wayne Roderick' has larger leaves than the species and does better in warmer areas.

Erigeron glaucus 'WR' ('Wayne Roderick')

Leaf Characteristics

Leaf texture : Glaucus

Leaf length : 5-6"

Leaf shape : Lance-shaped or spoon-shaped

Leaf color : Bluish-green

Flower Characteristics

Flower width : 1 1/2 - 2 1/2"

Flower shape : Semi-double daisy

Flower color : Purple

Plant Anatomy

Foliage growth cycle : Evergreen

Average size maturity width : 18 in.

Average size maturity height : 8 in.

Cultural Information

USDA Zone : 10 to 15 F( Z8a)

Sunset zone : 4-6, 15-17, 22-24

Water requirements : Moderate

Light exposure : Partial Sun

Landscape Attributes

Attractive bark :Yes