Pretty nodding 3/4 inch yellow flowers with red centers from June through August, narrow leaves up to 5 inch long are opposite but appear whorled near the tops of the stems, spreads by seed and short rhizomes to form colonies, tolerates sandy and/or rocky soil, flowers produce floral oil which is used by the bee Macropsis steironematis (a Lysimachia specialist) when it makes pollen balls to feed to its young.
1-2 foot Tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 4a-8b
Native Range: s ME to the upper peninsula of MI, south to ne TX, LA and the FL panhandle
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