This 3′-5′ tall annual wildflower has foliage and flowers that smell like pineapple, velvety leaves that beckon your touch, and a profusion of yellow daisy flowers in the late summer. Foliage and stems are covered with sticky, aromatic glandular hairs.
Goldfinches are especially fond of tarweed seeds.
Blooms from late spring through summer when few other native annuals are flowering. You can count on seeing the profuse flowers again next year as it reliably self sows.
Sun: Full Sun
Water: Light, Moderate
Soil: Clay, Loam, Sand
Other: Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Birds, Deer Resistant
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