Native of Mexico. A hardy, semi-evergreen groundcover. Leaves are light green, obovate, alternate, bipinnately compound, 9 -13 leaflets, aromatic. Flowers are yellow spikes spring through autumn. Has a mounding, trailing habit and is very drought tolerant. Good for erosion control.


CommonName: Dalea Sierra Gold

Botanical Name:Dalea capitata

Flower: Yellow, borne on a spike, 3/4"- 1 1/2" long

Mature Size: 8" x 3'

Plant Type: Semi-evergreen

Water: Very low

Exposure:: Full sun

Spacing: 1 1/2'

Soil Type: Clay; loam; sand; alkaline; well drained

Planting Time: Any season

Trailing Yellow Dalea