This bright and yellow-flowered plant is a perennial herb and annual. At the Preserve, you’ll likely see it growing along the river or sloughs, as it likes being near plenty of water. The flower on this plant is unique and distinct, as each sphere is a bunch of disc florets. With age, the yellow flowers will darken, sometimes to a rich, maroon color. Sneezeweed is a host plant to the Dainty Sulphur moth and is also loved by bees!