Several species of Heliopsis, also known as Ox Eye, are native to the dry prairies and open woodlands of North American. Blooms are typically yellow, sunflower-like flowers that sit atop stiff stems. This perennial is a long season bloomer; from summer to fall. Plant in a border, meadow or cutting garden. Heliopsis do not like wet feet; make sure the soil is well-drained and not too wet.

  • Sun to Part Sun
  • Long lasting cut flower
  • Tough, hardy plants
  • Divide every few years in the spring or fall
  • Plant in fertile, well-drained soil
  • Plant size and bloom color is variety specific
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