Orange Sneezeweed



Helenium hoopesii







Form: Shrub
Seasonality: Perennial
Size: 4' tall and sprawling
Leaves; leaves alternate, up to 1" long, lance-shaped, becoming narrower near stem, angled upward, smooth edges

Flowers: Numerous daisy-like yellow to orange with brown centers, 3 inches across

Fruit: Seed
Stems/Trunks: Green, upright and multi-branched
Range/Origin: North America
Hardiness: Sunset zones 1 - 3, 6 - 24; USDA: 3- 9

Comments: Low litter, No thorns



  • Exposure: Full sun
  • Water: Regularly; do not allow to dry
  • Soil: Most wet, well drained
  • Propagation: Seed, division
  • Maintenance: Remove faded blossoms to extend bloom


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