Starry Rosinweed is a robust perennial that is native to the southeastern U.S. It occurs in woodlands, sandhills, old fields and disturbed areas such as roadsides. Rosinweeds get their name from the fact that the stems contain a fragrant resin. Starry Rosinweed has broad, simple leaves and produces bright yellow flowers from mid summer to early fall. The large, deep taproots make it difficult to transplant once established. Flowers produce abundant nectar and are excellent for pollinator and butterfly gardens. Birds will also eat the seeds. Recommended for meadow/naturalized gardens as well as the home garden. Seeds have high dormancy – provide cold stratification for 30 days prior to planting in spring or plant in late fall outdoors.