Pollinators love the showy, yellow, daisy-like flowers of this easy-to-grow, southeastern to midwestern US native. Blooms late summer to fall. Called Sneezeweed for its use by Indian tribes to treat blocked sinuses. Plant en masse in meadow and butterfly gardens and borders. Tolerates drought and humidity.
Full-part sun. Height and spread 12-18”. Annual. May gently re-seed.