Looks best in masses, which can only be achieved with enough sunlight. Sadly, I have just a few, but they come back each year.
Fantastic on dry, poor soil.. Translucent blooms light up sunny garden. When bloom ends, shear close to ground, and plants will green up quickly., and, in northern California, rebloom. I’ve never found it invasive. If it pops up unwanted, pulling it out was no chore. I start it from seed, interplant with shasta daisies and lantana on a dry slope. Very pretty.
Yes, Pat, I see the gorgeous blooms in other people’s yards, and am very envious. Mixed with lantana, that must be stunning.