- Mature height: 1-3 feet
- Light: Full sun to part shade
- Soil: Medium
- Bloom: Yellow, May-June
- Landscape: Woodlands, meadows, native plant gardens, groundcover
- Pair with: Foxglove Beardtongue,
- Deer resistance: Yes
- Fun Fact: Selected as the North Carolina Botanical Garden's Wildflower of the Year for 2012.
Native range and more photos here
Pollinator value: Very High. Butterflies, moths, native bees, honey bees, beetles, etc.
Excellent for a full-sun perennial or butterfly garden. Adds early to mid-summer color to a perennial garden just waiting for its asters to burst forth in late summer and into fall.