A superior form of B. aurea found growing naturally in the USA. Masses of yellow daisy flowers with each petal looking like the tips have been dipped in white paint.
Flowers from summer to late autumn.
A tall, self-supporting, tidy plant. Slowly spreading.
Bidens are said to be slightly tender, but we have never had any trouble with this one and they always come through the winter.
Common name(s): Arizona beggarticks