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A prodigy of high-wattage, super-rich color: blooms early and long.
With compact 3-4' tall plants, ‘Sweet Sunshine’ is tidy, neat and a prodigy of high-wattage, super-rich color. Upright 3-4’ tall back of the border plants bloom early and bloom long. Create an island of glowing color in the landscape, or infuse a perennial border with golden glow. Effort-free plants: once planted and once watered, your work is done. A favorite with bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds.
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Heliopsis helianthoides, Sweet Sunshine is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Numerous Blooms 1st YearI originally bought 6 bare root plants for our subdivisions entrance. The neighborhood decided to get a landscaper to handle the front beds. I put these in my own beds for color. This was the first year and all 6 plants are thriving and I can't get over how many blooms are on each plant. when they are back in stock I plan on ordering more. Unbelievable plant.
Date published: 2016-08-06
Rated 5 out of
Large, long-lasting yellow bloomsBought these without really knowing what to expect and I've been very pleasantly surprised! Have two plants and they are both loaded with large yellow blooms. The highlight of the garden this year!