Nodding Onion Gardens

Native Plant Nursery

Where Wildflowers Grow

Columbia Station, Ohio, USA

 

 Helenium flexusum - Purple-headed Sneezeweed

Ohio Native Plant - Natural Range

Helenium flexusum


Visit the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service website for the specific range of the Purple-headed Sneezeweed

Sneezeweed
Sneezeweed

Wildlife Significance

Purple-headed Sneezeweed

Pollen - Nectar Source - A wide variety of insects including:long and short-tongued bees, wasps, flies,

Nectar source -
butterflies and skippers.

Deer - Do not enjoy this plant

For more details visit the Illinois Wildflower website


Sneezeweed
A golden sea of Helenium flexusum
Sneezeweed
Helenium flexusum

Cultivation Information

Helenium flexusum

Helenium flexusum
Helenium flexusum
Height - 1 to 3 ft
Flower Color
- Yellow
Blooms - August - October
Sun - Sun to part sun

Soil - Normal to wet

Hardy Zone -


pH - slightly acid
Family -Asteracea
 Helenium flexusum - Purple-headed Sneezeweed
Helenium flexusum - Purple-headed Sneezeweed
I noticed these Sneezeweeds, covered with bees on the Bike and Hike Trail in Stow, Ohio. Pretty sure they are not the native species but beautiful and productive in their own right.
Seed Provenance - Helenium flexusum - Purple-headed Sneezeweed - Prairie Moon Nursery, Winona, MN - 2012 Nodding Onion Gardens