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Plant Name:

Hairy False Goldenaster

Scientific Name:

Heterotheca villosa


Hairy False Goldenaster is a perennial wildflower with yellow composite flowers.


Prairies, dry open woods, roadsides


Hairy False Goldenaster provides nectar and pollen for a variety of insect species, including bees, butterflies, and flies. It is also a larval host plant for certain butterfly species. The plant's bright yellow flowers add color and beauty to natural areas and can be used in native plant gardens and wildflower meadows.

Growing Conditions:

Hairy False Goldenaster thrives in well-drained soils and full sun.


Hairy False Goldenaster is a valuable plant for prairie restoration and conservation.

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Fun Facts:

Hairy False Goldenaster is native to North America and is an important part of native ecosystems.

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