One of the many joys of strolling through the garden during the morning hours is to behold the intricate blooms of the Turneras. For years we've grown the upright branching white Cuban Buttercup (T. trioniflora) and the soft yellow trailing buttercup (T. subulata). In the fall of 2018, we discovered a seedling in the garden that had traits of both species. Concluding it to be the offspring of an interspecific cross-pollination, we began vegetative propagation and have absolutely loved this new plant's garden performance. Oklahoma Sunrise Buttercup has white flowers but larger than those of its similarly colored parent, and it has a graceful trailing habit like that of its yellow-flowered parent. If you do a search online, you will find that there are forms of T. subulate with either white or yellow blooms, so that's why we think this clone's most unique feature is its cascading nature.