Prairie Sunflower is an annual that is native to the Great Plains, from Montana and North Dakota, and south to New Mexico and Texas. It is typically found in open, sandy areas, roadsides and other disturbed sites. Plants grow 40-60 inches tall and have cheery, yellow flowers that appear from mid-summer to early fall. Excellent for restoration, pollinator conservation mixes and wildlife mixes. Seed usually has high dormancy. Plant in fall or cold stratify for 30 days in spring prior to planting.