Daisy-like blossoms of light yellow rays (20-40) around a darker yellow center about 3 inches in diameter.
|Season Bloom||Mid-late summer|
|Habitat||A very tall, dramatic plant with opposite leaves that form a cup around the stem to hold water for insects and birds, hence its common name. One of the tallest prairie plants. Requires considerable garden space.|
|Leaf Description||Leaves are large, rough, triangular-like with coarsely toothed margins. They are opposite and upper leaves envelope the stem to form the "cup".|