Helianthus strumosus

Paleleaf Woodland Sunflower

The large, yellow flowers of Woodland Sunflower brighten up shady gardens from late summer into early autumn. Woodland Sunflower grows well on the edges of woodlands and in woodland openings, but does best when receiving a few hours of direct sunlight. The plants spreads by rhizomes to form large stands. Like all sunflowers, the flowers of Woodland Sunflower produce seed that is enjoyed by songbirds.

The woodland garden typically lacks summer color. Woodland Sunflower cures that problem! Grows three to five feet in any well-drained soil. As with all sunflowers, birds go nuts on the seeds.

Large flowers for shady, late-summer gardens
Naturalize easily
Food for butterflies and songbirds

Item

Description

On Hand

Future

13384 S3-1 RPM 112 0

Paleleaf Woodland Sunflower Growing and Maintenance Tips:

A great wildflower that adds color to the woodland garden. Produced using Forrest Keeling's patented RPM Root Production Method ® technology for exceptional growth and survivability.

Height:

4-6 Feet

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Spread:

12-24 Inches

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Hardiness Zone:

4-6

Characteristics & Attributes
Exposure
Partial Shade
Soil Moisture Preference
Average
Attracts Wildlife
Butterflies
Songbirds
Upland Birds and Game
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Summer
Attributes
Midwest Native
Naturalizing
Habit
Perennial