Sunflower-like flowers, up to 5 inches in diameter, with yellow petals and yellow centers. Flowers bloom in loos spikes on the upper part of the plant.
|Season Bloom||Mid-late summer|
|Habitat||A very tall dramatic plant with very large lobed leaves and a sunflower-like blossom.|
|Leaf Description||Leaves are very large and deeply lobed. May look similar in shape to pin-oak leaves. Upper leaves are smaller. Basal leaves usually orient themselves on a north-south axis to maximize overhead sun exposure and giving it its common name.|
|Soil Type||All Types|