Borrichia frutescens, also known as Bushy Seaside Tansy, is an attractive wildflower native to the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Texas. Growing up to four feet tall in its natural habitat and featuring beautiful yellow-gold blooms that will brighten any summer day, this wildflower is sure to be a show-stopper in your garden.
With its charming foliage and eye-catching blooms, it’s no wonder Borrichia frutescens has become popular among wildflower lovers in the southern US. Its tolerant nature makes it easy to grow and maintain!
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Borrichia frutescens Information
|Common Names||Bushy Seaside Tansy|
|Native to USA||AL, FL, GA, LA, MD, MS, NC, SC, TX, VA|
|Size||Up to 4 feet tall|
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Borrichia frutescens edible?
No, Borrichia frutescens is not edible for humans.
Is Borrichia frutescens an invasive species?
Borrichia frutescens is native to parts of the USA such as AL, FL, GA, LA, MD, MS, NC, SC and TX and it does not have a reputation for being an invasive species.