The familiar yet gorgeous golden yellow wildflower is seen growing in large colonies in fields, along highways, in the garden and in many natural settings. It is probably the most common among American wildflowers. Great in borders, flower beds, cottage gardens, meadows, and bouquets.
Large flower heads and long bloom time. Often grown as an annual but will self sow.
Bees and butterflies love them. Fun to watch.
Plants are over 7 months old :)