Posted on August 08, 2011
Great Perennial Wildflower addition to any home garden or prairie field.
Found throughout the Tallgrass Prairie region and in other open prairie areas, especially on dry soils.
Also does quite well in disturbed areas and dry woods. Blooms from June to October.
Can grow to 5 feet tall with stem branched toward the top of the plant.
Arrowhead-shaped leaves are opposite on the stem and can be 6 inches long.
Stem may be topped by a single light yellow flower or branched into a head of many flowers.
No medicinal or food uses reported but it has been used widely as an ornamental in gardens.
|Sun Exposure||Prairie, Savanna|
|Soil Moisture||Wet Mesic, Mesic, Dry Mesic|
|Max Height||5 feet|
Edible Uses: Unknown
Medicinal Uses: Unknown
Herbal Uses: Unknow