email Report this as offensive
It does appear to be a Sunflower, but it probably isn't a wild species. I live in MD and none of the species growing wild here are that deep an orange color. Most of them tend to be yellower. It is probably an annual cultivar. Check companies which sell annual flowers to see if you can find a photograph of a plant which looks the same and has a similar habit.
Posted by joem50 on 2010-01-03, 08:22:56 Report this as offensive.
These come back every year since I bought my land.Trying to find the correct name for them. The flowers are about 3-4" accross and have alot of them on the plant.
Uploaded by sewwht
on 2010-01-02, 02:14:05 into Name That Plant, Nature's Best, North American Native Plants