The sunflower-like blooms of this native wildflower are a welcome sign of spring. Native Americans used the plant for food and medicine. All parts of the plant are edible. It is drought tolerant and a prize in any natural or xeriscape garden.
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|Soil Type:||All - Tolerant of Most Soil Types., Clay Soil, Silty Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil, Peaty Soil, Saline Soil, Chalky Soil|
|Zones:||7, 8, 4, 5, 6|
|Water Needs:||Low, Low/Moderate|
|Height:||g: Up to 3 Feet|
|Growing Instructions:||Can be sown in fall or directly in the ground very early in spring (January - February). Sow 3-4 seeds 1/8" deep and 18" apart in a sunny position. Germination 14 - 21 days at 0 to 10° C, (32 to 50F).|
|Special Features:||Butterflies and Pollinators, Fodder/Wildlife/Shelter, Medicinal Value|