Shrubby St. Johnswort
Large yellow flowers (~1" across) from June through July look like powder puffs due to the overabundance of stamens, narrow dark green leaves 2-3' long, drought tolerant, good Rain garden plant, sand & clay tolerant, compact & densely growing, good for erosion control, older bark exfoliates showing off orange inner bark, pollinated primarily by Bumblebees, Butterfly & Moth host(including Gray Hairstreak Butterfly (Strymon melinus) & Spotted Fireworm Butterfly (Choristoneura parallela) .
Plant Hardiness Zones: 3a-9a
Native Range: s ME through s ON to MN, south to e TX, LA & c FL
Germination - Easy: No treatment. Surface sow. Germinates best under warm conditions.
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