Sunny yellow sunflowers among piles of of large arrow-shaped leaves. This species is usually found on slopes or hillsides, forming a deep taproot and is very long-lived. Attracts a variety of native pollinators.
- Height- 18”-24”
- Width- 12”-18”
- Bloom time: May
- Water: Dry to very dry
- Sun: Full sun to part shade
- Direct sowing: Sow in fall. Seeds are dormant and need 60-90 days of cold moist chilling before seeds will germinate. Seeds germinate in spring.
- Growing transplants: Sown into containers and place outside over winter or in a refrigerator (35-40 degrees) for 60-90 days.