Western Sunflower (Helianthus occidentalis)
Western Sunflower (Helianthus occidentalis)

Western Sunflower (Helianthus occidentalis)

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Helps to create uneven heights in prairie plantings, which is beneficial to ground-nesting birds.
Item #: HEOCC
Binomial Helianthus occidentalis

Western Sunflower is a great plant for attracting wildlife--especially bees, butterflies, and birds. In prairies or meadows, it helps create uneven heights; this is beneficial to ground-nesting birds that will also feed on the nutritious seeds. It can grow in very dry conditions in poor soil. Branching roots and spreading rhizomes make it a good soil holder in full sun.
  • 13,000 seeds per ounce
  • 1 oz. per 400 square feet

Uses: Erosion control, wildlife, cut flowers, pollinators
Bloom time: July & August

Height: 30 to 40 inches
Space: 12 to 20 inches

Sun: Full sun
Moisture: Dry to average

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