Member of the Asteraceae family. Woodland Sunflower reaches a height of 3-6 feet tall, and it grows in slightly sandy or rocky soil across the central and eastern United States. Its stem is covered in short hairs, and its lightly hairy leaves are lanceolate-oblong to ovate-oblong in shape. Its 8-15 florets are bright yellow in color and surround a tight cluster of disc florets. Woodland sunflower blooms from around July-September.