Wyethia angustifolia

Wyethia angustifolia

narrowleaf mule’s ears



  • Herbaceous perennial with long narrow leaves
  • Plants about 2 feet across and high
  • Grows in full sun on hillsides with other native wild flowers and grasses
  • Goes dormant in winter
  • Flower heads are yellow with rays 2 inches long
  • Found in Molate, Flatlands, Bay hills, Diablo foothills, Hamilton and Valley sections

Carquinez Strait RP, Pt. Molate, Richmond, Sibley RP, Tilden RP


1 gallon, Deepot

bloom season Apr
pollinators Bees
pollinators Butterflies
habitat Chaparral
growth habit Clumping
sun Full Sun
soil Good
bloom season Jul
bloom season Jun
water Low
bloom season May
soil Moderate
soil Poor
dormancy summer
soil Well-drained
flower color Yellow

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