Using ecology to restore land and water
Sneezeweed is a perennial with many clusters of showy yellow flowers. The flowers attract a variety of pollinators, and the seeds are eaten by songbirds. The leaves are toxic and bitter to mammals. Sneezeweed is found in moist soils near ponds, streams, ditches, and wet prairies.
full sun to partial sun
2 – 5 ft.
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