Posted: 06/10/2015 at 21:09
I grow it in two slightly different areas of our garden, but both are well drained. One is a North-West facing rock garden and the other is a South-East facing gravel area.
So, Well-drained soil and full sun are essential; Zauschneria californica won't tolerate winter water-logging.
Give it a haircut in early spring to within 4in-6in of ground level. It's a good idea to do this when the risk of frost has passed as very cold weather will inhibit regrowth.
Pests and diseases are not really a problem, although slugs can occasionally attack young leaves.
Info from the Telegraph.
I have a salmon coloured one and a really dwarf one whose name escapes me at present.