Loads of golden yellow, dark-centered daisy type blooms cover this plant from mid-June to Oct. Likely a cross of C. tripteris and C. verticillata, it has lacy, fine-textured foliage. Plants are rhizomatous and form a colony with time. Reliably hardy and disease resistant - a Mt. Cuba recommendation.
Prefers full sun and moist to average, well-drained soil. Parent species are native to eastern N. America and eastern U.S.