Huisache Daisies

On the Trail with Museum Scientist Michael W. Nickell

Published Apr 7th 2016 in Plant Life, wildflowers, Plants

Huisache Daisy (Amblyolepissetigera) is a native cool-season annual that grows from a winter rosette.The flowering heads bloom from February – June, often forming thick, strongly scented stands in sandy soils of open pastures and prairies.Deer and livestock graze upon it, and it also provides a source of nectar for butterflies, bees, and other insects.