Small yellow flowers upon reddish stems attract sweat bees, flies, beetles, and other native bees. This long-lived perennial is typically found in dry meadows and woodlands. Plants remain compact at the base and do not spread, can drop seed, but doesn't become weedy.
Width- 12"- 15"
Water: very dry to dry
Sun: full sun
Bloom time: late May
Direct sowing: seeds do not germinate until spring. Seeds can be sown in fall or spring.
Growing transplants: Seeds do not exhibit dormancy but germinate best in warm temperatures (70- 85 degrees).