Swamp Sunflower, or Helianthus angustifolius, is a native sunflower that grows in low-lying, wet areas statewide, but also performs well in landscapes. The plant has tall stems that show off large numbers of golden flowers in late summer and fall. It spreads by underground rhizomes to form large clumps, and can grow up to 6ft tall. It is a full sun to partial shade plant that prefers sandy, moist soils and will become bushier if cut back in early June prior to blooming. It is great for pollinators.
A seed pack contains 20-30 seeds.