This multi-stemmed shrub stretches to at least 5 feet tall and bears oak-shaped leaves. In March the entire plant is smothered in clusters of bright yellow flowers that are a magnet for a variety of pollinators. Please check our nursery list for availability of rooted cuttings from John’s wild collected Mexican plants. Plant in early spring in a well-drained place with morning sun or dapple shade. Keep the ground moist the first year.