This desirable autumn bloomer is known for its masses of bright yellow daisies up to three inches wide, perched atop stems two to three feet high. Lance-shaped leaves of light green create dense mats six inches high. Native to Northern California and much of North America where it grows in moist meadows. Will slowly increase to form small colonies. Plant in full to part sun and provide regular water. Attracts bees and butterflies. Deer resistant. Despite the common name, this plant is insect pollinated and isn't known to cause hay fever. It was originally used to make snuff, hence the name sneezeweed.