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WR daisy (Erigeron 'WR') - closeup of flower with bee

WR daisy (Erigeron 'WR') - closeup of flower with bee

Erigeron 'WR'

WR seaside daisy

More About Erigeron 'WR'


WR seaside daisy Growing and Maintenance Tips


8- in


15-18 in


18-24 in

Sunset Zone:

USDA Hardiness Zone:

Erigeron 'WR' Characteristics


  • Long Blooming
  • Salt Tolerant
  • Evergreen
  • Fast-growing
  • California native
  • Wind resistant

Flower color

  • Blue / Purple / Lavender / Violet
  • Yellow / Chartreuse

Foliage color

  • Green / Blue-green

Growth habit (plant shape)

  • Mounding


  • Morning sun
  • Light or dappled shade
  • Sunny all day - Inland
  • Sunny all day - Coast

Season of interest (flowering)

  • Spring
  • Summer

Season of interest (foliage)

  • Year round

Your soil type

  • Sand
  • Clay

Water requirements

  • None
  • None - Low

Critter resistance

  • Deer resistant

Wildlife appeal

  • Attracts butterflies
  • Attracts bees
  • Attracts birds
  • Attracts beneficial insects

Suggested uses

  • Groundcover
  • Green roof
  • Meadow
  • Under CA native oaks
  • Container
  • Median strip
  • Firescaping
  • Rock garden


  • California

Plants that work well with Erigeron 'WR'

San Bruno Mountain golden aster San Bruno Mountain golden aster (Heterotheca sessiliflora ssp. bolanderi 'San Bruno Mountain')
Siskiyou blue fescue Siskiyou blue fescue (Festuca 'Siskiyou Blue')
Allen Chickering's sage Allen Chickering's sage (Salvia 'Allen Chickering')
California fescue California fescue (Festuca californica)
Leafy reed grass Leafy reed grass (Calamagrostis foliosa)
Margarita BOP foothill penstemon Margarita BOP foothill penstemon (Penstemon heterophyllus 'Margarita BOP'')
David's Choice sagewort David's Choice sagewort (Artemisia pycnocephala 'David's Choice')
Silver Carpet California aster Silver Carpet California aster (Lessingia filaginifolia 'Silver Carpet')
Shirley's Creeper sage Shirley's Creeper sage (Salvia 'Shirley's Creeper')