Sulfur Flower is a member of the
a circular cluster to 4 feet across and
grows to 12 inches
in height. Leaves are oval with
fuzzy undersides that grow to
1.5 inches in length. It grows in
dry areas from sagebrush deserts to foothills and alpine ridges.
Sulfur Flower is highly variable,
making it difficult to distinguish between other similar species.
Sulfur Flower blooms between June -
August and produces a spherical cluster flowerhead to 2 inches in
width composed of smaller tubular flowers, each to 0.5 inches in
length. The flowers fade to orange or red as they age.