Feerulalehine ruse Bidens aurea
Annual flowers, stem trailing up to 100 cm. Due to abundant blooming this flower is also known as the "golden rain". Star-shaped bloom with yellowish rings from the end of April until the first frost. Stems are highly branched. Grow in the sun, like moisture (water 2-3 times a day). Not demanding to soil, easy to grow. Planted at the edges of flower beds, in hanging baskets, together with trailing petunia.
Eng.: Arizona beggarticks, Apache beggatricks, Fern-leaved. Suom.: Amppelirusokki. Sven.: Ampelskära, ampelbidens. Bot. syn.: Bidens ferulifolia, Coreopsis ferulifolia, Coreopsis aurea.