Wild Sunflower, Annual

Also known as common sunflower, Annual sunflower is a drought hardy is found throughout the United States. It can grow from 1½-8 feet tall, widely branching with many flower heads that can be as large as 5 inches in diameter. The flower head follows the sun throughout the day, hence the name. Native Americans ground the seeds for flour and oil, and used the flowers for a yellow dye. It is the state flower of Kansas. It can be found at elevations up to 8,500 ft. Annual Sunflower

Lifespan: Annual
Season: Cool
Origin: Native
Habitat: Meadows, Dryland pastures, Roadsides, Prairies

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