Desert marigoldBaileya multiradiata
Links to More Information:
Jepson Manual Treatment
Sunset Garden Book Listing
California Native Plants Wiki Listing
Photo Credits: 2010 Neal Kramer | 2008 Ken Gilliand | 2005 Gene Wagner, RPh.
The map below shows regions where Desert marigold grows naturally. The state is divided into bioregions based on geophysical and climatic boundaries. Plants found in your bioregion are most likely to thrive with minimal interventions such as water, climate modification, and maintenance. To find out which bioregion you are in, visit the Map of Jepson Bioregions.