Narrowleaf Mule's Ears (Wyethia angustifolia) Seed Packet WW
A “sunflower” type native wildflower. Bright, golden-yellow flowers occur on heads up to 3” across. Large, narrow leaves, up to a foot long, occur in a basal clump and give rise to flower stalks that reach up to 2-1/2 ft. As the clump increases overtime so do the number to flower stalks. This is a bold and showy plant. It is a great nectar and pollen source for pollinators and a seed source for songbirds. While it appreciates good drainage, it can tolerate clay. Deciduous.
- Family: Asteraceae
- Ann/Per: Perennial
- Sun/Shade: Sun
- USDA Zones: 5-9
- Height: to 2-3 ft
- Bloom time: early summer
- Habitat: meadows, grasslands, prairies
- Stratification: long - 12-14 weeks
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