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npsot.org/wp/story/2009/993

Oct 21, 2009 ... Copper Canyon daisy (Tagetes lemmonii) grows wild in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona and northern Mexico, but it goes very well with ...

dcmga.com/north-texas-gardening/perennials/master-gardener-favorites/copper-canyon-daisy

General information: A member of the Aster family, the Copper Canyon Daisy reaches 4 feet at maturity – can reach 6 feet tall under good growing conditions.

www.klru.org/ctg/resource/copper-canyon-daisy

resources. Copper Canyon Daisy. Tagetes lemmonii. Copper Canyon Daisy produces a 3 to 4 foot tall mound of finely cut foliage with a strong citrusy-pine odor.

www.morningsunherbfarm.com/product/tagetes-lemmonii-copper-canyon-daisy

Copper canyon daisy is a big growing marigold – it gets 6 ft tall and 4 ft wide. It isn't like its puny relatives that we buy in 6 packs. Strongly scented foliage and a ...

www.rviplanning.com/2016/07/plant-of-the-month-copper-canyon-daisy

Jul 11, 2016 ... Copper Canyon Daisy is not actually native to Texas, it is native to Arizona, Mexico, and Central America. Bees and Butterflies are attracted to ...

www.plantsfortexas.com/plants/Tagetes_Copper.html

Tagetes lemmonii is a large plant that reaches up to 6 feet, with very aromatic, airy foliage and vibrant yellow daisy-like blooms. Copper Canyon Daisy is a ...

magnoliagardensnursery.com/plants/tagetes-lemmonii-copper-canyon-daisy

Copper Canyon Daisy is a daylight sensitive plant and will bloom only during the short- day seasons, making it good for fall and early spring color, and will go ...

www.wildflower.org/expert/show.php?id=10356

Tagetes lemmonii (Copper Canyon Daisy) is not listed in our Native Plant Database. This USDA Plant Profile Map shows it (with the plant code TALE) growing ...

www.penick.net/digging/?p=19431

Nov 27, 2012 ... Copper canyon daisy, gopher plant, and 'Color Guard' yucca. Like warm sunshine on a chilly autumn day, copper canyon daisy (Tagetes ...