This bright, cheerful wildflower is yellow in color with a dark center. They grow 2-3 inches wide on stems that can grow up to 2 feet in size.
Black Eyed Susans
An iconic pink plant ranging from 6 to 12 inches in height. Blooms will start in June and may last until October.
These upright perennials are in the daisy family. These Arkansas natives grow in open wooded areas and are most notably pink, purple, or red.
The perfect perennial—a simple white flower with a yellow center ranging from 1-3 feet tall.
This Arkansas native is in the same genus as onions, garlic, scallions, shallots, leeks, and chives. The flower is most easily recognized by its large, spherical structure.