Durango BOtanical Society
Building Public Gardens Committed to Demonstration and Education
Yellow stardust draba (Draba rigida) This little treasure, with its tight green cushions of tiny green leaves and bright yellow flowers, is best located close to the edge of a rock or in a container garden.
To appreciate this treasure with its tiny green leaves and bright yellow flowers locate yellow stardust draba in an easily observable site - close to the edge of a rock or in a container garden. Its slow growth will reward you with tight green cushions and bright yellow starry flowers in the spring. This true miniature will thrive if given a few rocks to nestle up to. Good for rock gardens, fairy gardens and permanent containers. Xeriscape.
Tips from the pros: Not much maintenance needed, but try to isolate it from more vigorous growing plants so that its diminutive, mounding habit can perform its best.
|Sun||Sun, Partial Sun|
|Water Needs||Moderate to Xeric|
|USDA Hardiness Zone||Zones 4-8|
|Soil Type||Well-drained, sandy|
|Good for Pollination||Yes|