Birds love to eat the seeds of this tall, flowering prairie plant.
- Perennial and hardy to zone 4
- Plants grow to 5-10 feet
- Bright yellow flowers
- Leaves form cups that hold rainwater for birds and insects
This variety will grow well in most regions of the United States.
The Story of Cupplant
This prairie plant is native to the easter and central regions of North America. It is also sometimes known as “compass plant”, “squareweed”, or “Indian cup”.