Open clusters of bright yellow densely-petaled daisy-like flowers from July to October, flower stems arise from a collection of large (6-20 inch long) long-petioled thick and rough basal leaves with broadly serrated edges and heart-shaped bases, upper stem leaves are quite small & clasp the stem creating the appearance of towering and almost naked many-branched flowering stems, tap roots can extend as much as 14 feet deep, attracts and supports native bees, drought tolerant, gold finches love the seeds, tolerates rocky or gravelly soil.

Average To Moist
Full Sun
3-10 foot tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: Zone 4b-8a
Perennial
Deer Resistant

Native Range: s ON, MI, & WI, south to SC west to AR

Prairie Dock in a quart pot $10.75

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