This plant is a friend to bees, butterflies, and is deer-resistant.
An invaluable food source for pollinators, this flower with its bright yellow hue was once used by Native Americans as a dye.
Sow directly in the garden at the soil surface (1/4 inch). Keep the soil moist until germination, which should occur within 10 to 20 days. Water the seedlings until they grow, and transplant them to desired locations. They may self-seed for subsequent years if weather conditions are favorable.