This daisy ranges through much of the United States.
It is uncommon in Florida,
native to a few counties in the panhandle region. It produces a tall spike of
yellow daisies to nearly ten feet tall. Flowers are produced in mid- to late summer.
Gardeners like this plant because rabbits do not eat it.
See this plant along the banks of pond ‘H’ behind building 6.
Herbaceous perennial low basal foliage that reaches about two tall with a flower spike that can rise to ten feet tall.
Light: full sun
Water: grows best in moist soils
Soil: adaptable to soils, no special requirements
This plant grows best in a moist, fertile soil in full sun.
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