Heliopsis Burning Hearts Oxeye Sunflower
Get ready for your heart to be set on fire for Burning Hearts Oxeye Sunflower, Heliopsis. Large yellow flowers with smoldering orange centers bloom most of the summer on dark purple stems and dark olive-green foliage. Its parent is the Missouri native Oxeye Sunflower that grows naturally in tall grass prairies and along the woods edges. Its native heritage brings great drought resistant. Don’t be surprised when you see butterflies, bees, and other important pollinators enjoying its abundant blooms. It makes a delightful cut flower. Deer resistant.
Plant in full sun to light shade. Although tolerant of drought for best blooming water during dry spells. You will get more flowers if you keep it well watered when budding up and blooming.
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