This long blooming, native wildflower is ideal for welcoming songbirds and pollinators into prairie style gardens and meadows. A profusion of bright golden yellow, 2-3Ó round flowers appear on tall stems that sway gracefully in the breeze. Though short-lived, it will reseed. This species thrives in heavy, moist soils including alkaline clay.
Characterized by its golden yellow flowers with a mahogany center, deep red stems and red-tinged foliage. A long-blooming native perennial, easy to grow in most soil types, tolerates some drought once established. An excellent filler for the middle of the border and great cut flower. Introduced by: North Creek Nurseries
This distinguished selection boasts salsa red flowers that transition through shades of orange and bronze above the clump of deep purple-tinged foliage; the first-ever Heliopsis that isn't yellow. Though short-lived, this nativar will reseed. Easy to grow and thrives in heavy, moist soils including alkaline clay. Introduced by: Jelitto
This striking nativar blooms for months with bright golden yellow flowers that feature a prominent burnt red-orange eye. Dark stems and purple-tinged, dark green foliage add to its appeal. Though short-lived, this perennial will reseed. It is easy to grow and thrives in heavy, moist soils including alkaline clay. Introduced by: Jelitto.