Helianthus divaricatus / Woodland Sunflower


One of our favorite perennial sunflower species, abundant and showy, with an affinity for dry bluffs, woodland edges, and rocky slopes.

A hardy, spreading species for dry meadows and flowerbeds. Prized by seed-eating birds, and of high value for native bees.

Host plant for the Silvery Checkerspot butterfly and Giant Leopard moth.

Height: 3’ – 4′        Blooms: July, Aug.

Habitat: Dry, sun to part sun

Provenance: NJ



Additional information


Quart, Deep