Login Logout
Jump to: navigation, search

Helianthus agrestis

Template:Taxobox Helianthus agrestis is a species of sunflower known by the common name Southeastern sunflower. It is found only in the states of Florida and Georgia in the southeastern United States.<ref>Biota of North America Program 2014 county distribution map</ref><ref>Atlas of Florida Vascular Plants</ref>

Helianthus agrestis is an annual herb sometimes as much as 200 cm (80 inches) tall. One plant can have as many as 15 flower heads, each with about 12 ray florets surrounding 50 or more disc florets. It grows in wet soil in marshes and pine flatwoods at elevations less than 50 meters (170 feet) elevation.<ref>Flora of North America, Helianthus agrestis Pollard, 1900. Southeastern sunflower </ref><ref>Pollard, Charles Louis 1900. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 13(38): 184</ref>

References

Template:Reflist

External links

Template:TaxonbarTemplate:Heliantheae-stub