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Flat-topped clusters of 1/2 inch bright yellow flowers from April through June, each plant may bear several flowering stalks resulting in up to 100 flowers per plant, semi-evergreen narrow serrated basal leaves make a nice ground cover, flower stem leaves are smaller and finely cut, adaptable, clay and sand tolerant, attracts native bees and butterflies, host for the Gem Moth (Orthonama obstipata), important early season nectar and pollen source, tolerates both acid and alkaline soil as well as poor and/or gravelly soil.

Dry To Average
Sun To Part Shade
1-2 foot tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 6a-9a
Perennial
Deer Resistant

Native Range: e. PA through OH to s IN, south to LA & the FL panhandle. Rare in NY, PA, DE, MD, and IN

Small's Ragwort 3.5 inch pot $10.00

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