Woodland Sunflower

Multiple semi-erect, branching stems lined with large, opposite lance shaped leaves and topped with multiple small flowers. The abundant blooms are yellow with a yellow center and about 2" across. Slowly forms colonies through rhizomes, and should be divided every 3-4 years to curb its spread if space is limited. This plant thrives in woodland shade, but will also tolerate sunny areas.  Bees flock to the flowers, even when other plant species are blooming nearby.

Scientific Name: Helianthus divaracatus
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Butterfly Host: Silvery Checkerspot Butterfly(Chlosyne nycteis); Gorgone Checkerspot (Chlosyne gorgone
Container Size: 3/4 gallon
Cultural Uses: N/A
Fall Foliage: No
Fruit: Dark brown nutlets massed in the center of the flower
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Square Feet Used: 9
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Price: $10.00

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