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A glorious perennial sunflower, with warm yellow blooms and wine-purple stems. A large-statured and colonial species, with an extended bloom period of over a month.
Found in gaps and edges, usually in undisturbed habitats, this wildflower has one foot in the world of meadows and the other in the forest. Its seeds are relished by seed-eating birds, and it is an excellent species for supporting native bees in mid- to late-summer.
Height: 3′ – 7′ Blooms: July – September
Habitat: Moist, well-drained soils. Sun to part shade.