Using ecology to restore land and water
Oxeye, also known as false sunflower, is a short-lived perennial with golden yellow flowers that last all summer long. It can grow in a wide variety of conditions and is drought tolerant. Bees, butterflies, and beetles are attracted to the flowers. The seeds are eaten by birds in the fall. Oxeye is found in woods edges, prairies, and roadsides.
full sun to partial sun
3 – 5 ft.
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