Details & Attributes
|Native to Arizona
In relative feet, width by height
|Minimum Temperature Range
|Somewhat variable, thin And narrow to ovate
|Bristly, single seeded capsule.
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|This species of Isocoma is more widespread than I. tenuisecta and is found in hot, exposed locations around the Grand Canyon, Organ Pipe Cactus NM, and the Phoenix/Prescott area. This species Is tough as nails and is frequently found associated with creosote and other extremely drought tolerant species. Plants bloom in late summer/early fall and provide a reliable late season nectar source for pollinators. Good for restorations of disturbed sites, or for planting in "outside the fence" areas where it is difficult to provide reliable water.