Awnless Bush Sunflower
Awnless bush sunflower is a perennial forb found in South Texas. It is commonly found on sandy loam sites or on gravelly soils on caliche ridges. Awnless bush sunflower blooms and produces seed throughout the year following rainfall. Many insects use this plant’s attractive flowers. White-tailed deer are known to consume the leaves. It should be planted by broadcasting. Solid, cultivated blocks will produce 119 pounds per acre.