Common Name: Sneezeweed, Helen's Flower Spicy salsa red/orange petals surround a dark maroon and yellow cone. Valued for vibrant late summer color, terrific for cutting. Stunning in wildflower gardens. The Mariachi™ Series are dwarf varieties developed to be consistently shorter than other autumnale species. Helenium Salsa provides outstanding fall color in the garden, blending with all the hues of autumn. Striking when planted in drifts or among ornamental grasses. The straight flower stems are great for fresh bouquets. Helenium is a great perennials for late season color. It is very easy to grow and provides a long season of fabulous color...
Common Name: Sneezeweed, Helen's Flower
This selection blooms from midsummer through early fall, producing frilly petaled, small, bright yellow flowers with a gold button center atop strong, sturdy stems. They make excellent cut flowers.
The plants exhibit good garden performance, standing up well to the rain and strong winds.
Photos courtesy of Walters Gardens Inc.
Size: 2.5" Potted Plant
Hardy zone: 4,5,6,7,8
Light Requirements: Full Sun
Attributes: Cut Flower, Attracts Butterflies
Common Name: Sneezeweed, Helen's Flower ‘Ruby Tuesday’ is a slightly shorter selection that produces masses of brick red flowers about the size of a quarter. A bright golden yellow and mahogany center pairs perfectly with the red petals. The blossoms completely cover the top third of the plant, adding a brilliant splash of color in the garden or in long lasting cut flower bouquets. Helenium is a great perennials for late season color. It is very easy to grow and provides a long season of fabulous color from midsummer into early fall. The plants exhibit good garden performance, standing up well...