Waiting on organic certification paperwork, should be available by 12/15/17
(H. argophyllus) 75 days. 6-15 ft. sprawling plants have silvery green foliage, many branches, and 2-4 in. bright yellow flowers with 3/4 – 1½ in. centers. Highly attractive to pollinators and birds. Rare species native to the Gulf coast and southern Texas. Crosses with common sunflowers. If planted early, the plants can get up to 15 ft. tall, with the stalks bending to keep their balance. Late in the season tall plants may shed their lower leaves, so some gardeners will plant these with another plant like zinnias in front to block the peculiar looking lower bare stems. Pkt (0.5 grams).