Senecio smallii - Smalls Ragwort
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A mounding perennial with long narrow basal leaves. In spring clusters of golden-yellow daisies rise above the foliage on sturdy stems.  Plants form large colonies over time in sunny or shaded moist to dry sites

Plants are indigenous to meadows, savannas, woodland clearings, granite flatrock communities, ketone dolomite outcrops, roadsides, ditch banks, pastures, dry fields and disturbed sites.   This adaptable species is found in a wide variety of soils and light levels.


Blooming begins in spring and lasts for about 3 weeks. Plants grow 1-2’ tall with 1’ spread.  This species is fairly pest resistant and is unpalatable to deer and other herbivores.

Senecio smallii is an adaptable species that flourishes in sun or part shade in mesic or dry sites.  Plants tolerate clay, drought, alkaline pH and barren soils with low fertility.