Helianthus angustifolius 'Low Down' 13197

Also known as:

  • Helianthus salicifolius 'Low Down'
  • Low Down Dwarf Willowleaf Sunflower
  • Low Down Swamp Sunflower

Plant Type

perennial

Zones

5a-9b

Size

H:12"
W:20"

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

well-drained, rich

Water Needs:

even moisture

Sun Exposure:

sun

Features

Flowers:

yellow

Wildlife:

deer resistant

Flowering Time:

fall

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Description by: Avant Gardens

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Dwarf willow leaved Sunflower. Bright yellow daisies put on a show in September and October on compact well behaved 18-24" plants. Forms 2' clumps.

Description by: Forestfarm

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These mini "sunflowers" (to 12"tall x 20"wide) with their profusion of bright-yellow-brown-eyed flowers make a cheerful addition for the fall border or container. Sun/Med PP13197

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An explosion of bright yellow flowers with dark brown eyes forms in midfall on small upright plants. Narrow elongated foliage gives sunflower look.

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Loads of bright golden yellow dark-eyed daisies are born in late summer on this dwarf perennial sunflower that grows to only 2' high instead of the more typical 8'. Low Down Helianthus is a native, drought tolerant, rhizomatous herbaceous perennial with short sturdy stems and narrow willow-like foliage. Found mainly in the Ozark plateau region of the central U.S.Like many of the perennial sunflowers, Low Down is rhizomatous and will likely spread. But with its lower growing habit this may make it suitable as an informal groundcover. Use this to your advantage and either plant it in an area where this is desirable or consider using it in dryer areas as this may help to limit its spread.

Description by: Plant Delights Nursery, Inc

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Who needs genetic engineering or nuclear power plant accidents when you've got Mother Nature? Yes, we're talking about the hot, incredible shrinking sunflower. Imagine taking our native swamp sunflower, Helianthus angustifolius, and shrinking it from 8' tall to 1' tall. The leaves are still intact, as are the flowers; it's just now you can plant it in the rock garden instead of the back of the border. In October, the 20" wide clump is truly smothered with large, yellow sunflower blossoms. This outrageous new deer-resistant introduction is just waiting for a place in even the smallest of gardens...get yours today! PP 13,197

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