Height: This perennial grows 1 to 2 ft. tall and about 2 ft. wide.
Habitat: Grows best in a well drained to dry full to part sun area. Drought tolerant.
Foliage: Leaves are a gray-green color due to the fuzzy look to them. The different leaf shapes can also be opposite and alternate.
Flowers: Bright yellow small sunflowers have yellow petals and a yellow center. Blooms May through August.
Natural Habitat: Found in dry open even rocky areas.
Why is it good for my garden? This cheery native will add some bright yellow sunshine to your garden during spring and summer and is great for sunny and well-drained gardens and might be the perfect flower for that spot just out of reach of irrigation in your garden. These dazzling flowers generally bloom for a while and attract many beneficial insects, including butterflies. Otherwise, this plant could do well pulled back under the protection of house eaves or porch overhang during wetter months.
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