Wedelia (Wedelia trilobata) is an herbaceous perennial . It tends to grow to between 18 and 24 inches (45-62 cm.) high. It thrives in full shade, full sun, and everything in between, but it produces flowers most impressively in full sun. Its flowers are its most appealing feature: small, yellow, daisy-like, and very prolific. It can handle a wide range of pH levels and will perform well in virtually any soil. In other words, wedelia plant care is extremely low maintenance. It will grow and thrive almost anywhere as long as the weather is warm enough. The plant is extremely tough and can handle pruning almost down to the ground. The optimal height for blossom production is about 4 inches (10 cm.).
Origin: Central and South America
Height: 0.2 m to 0.7 m
Light: This invasive plant thrives in part shade to full sun
Water: Wedelia once established does well with little or no water or lots of water.
Soil : Trailing Daisy prefers moist conditions.Transplanting is easy as the plant will grow well from any bit of plant tissue that comes in contact with soil.
Fertilizer: Fertilizing is unnecessary, and in most instances, discouraged.
Propogation: Keep the plant well pruned and under control. Dispose of trimmings extremely carefully to prevent having them take root and overrun your local dump.