Oregon sunshine seems to be the dwarf version of Black-eye Susan. It is bright, cheerful and easygoing. This plant is quick to establish and can be used for restoration and diversification of range-land in a variety of habitats.
The plant's white hairs, by reflecting heat and reducing air movement across the leaf's surface, conserve water.
Native Habitat: Open or bushy, dry areas to moist, shady banks
The plants attract attracts orange sulfur, red admiral, comma, and skipper butterflies
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