Family: Asteraceae, Aster view all from this family
Description Maryland Golden-aster provides a low, sturdy rosette effect until late summer when its flowering branches lift clusters of yellow, aster-like flowers 1 ft. off the ground. The foliage is woolly when young, becoming smoother with age. The fruiting heads of this perennial are attractive.
Flower August - October.
Flower August - October
Habitat Pine woods; sandy areas.
Range S. New York to Ohio and e. Kentucky, south to Florida and Texas.
Exposure Preference Sun.
Native Distribution S. New York to Ohio & e. Kentucky, s. to Florida & Louisiana
Site Preference Pine woods; sandy areas
Soil Preference Wet to moist soils.