6 to 12 in.
12 to 24 in.
western North America
USDA zones 2-8
hardy to 10,000 ft.
Sulphur flower is a native perennial flower that naturally grows in forest openings, dry meadows, and rocky slopes in Colorado.
The dark green leaves grow as a matting rosette. In June, thin stalks form umbrella-like clusters of tiny sulphur yellow flowers. This plant is important to native butterflies and wildlife.
Sulfur flower is a beautiful native plant. It grows well at the Xeriscape Garden. It is commonly found in Colorado foothill and montane areas, too.
Remove spent flower stalks when no longer attractive.