April to late summer
8 to 10 in.
10 to 24 in.
sun, part shade
USDA zones 4-9
hardy to 8,000 ft.
Golden storksbill is a small perennial flower that blooms through much of the summer.
The ferny leaves grow as a short mound. Beginning in April, soft yellow or cream flowers appear on the plant. It reblooms periodically throughout the summer.
Golden storksbill is a fairly small plant, but has been a nice bloomer at the Xeriscape Demonstration Garden. It requires very little maintenance.
Cut old stalks and leaves to ground level in late winter.