Mineral Wells Index, Mineral Wells, TX


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Blackfoot Daisy This native flower is a low, bushy, mounded perennial, 6-to-12 inches tall and twice as wide. It is covered with narrow leaves and 1-inch-wide, white, daisy-like flowers. Blooming from March through November, The Blackfoot Daisy wants dry, rocky, well-drained soil and very little water. It can take heat and drought, looks great and attracts bees, butterflies and granivorous birds (birds that eat primarily seeds and grain).

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