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Autumn Sneezeweed is a native perennial from the eastern and central United States. It prefers moister soils and is generally found along streams and ponds as well as in moist meadows and prairies. This species is a good colonizer and produces an abundance of yellow flowers in late summer and fall. Flowers are attractive to honey bees and wild bees. The name comes from an old usage of the plant – the ray flowers and leaves were once dried, ground, and used as snuff.