Heliopsis helianthoides-----Family, Composite. Color, yellow. heaves, opposite, acute at apex, ovate to lance-shaped, with petioles, toothed. August.

This yellow daisy is not to be confounded with the commoner purple-coned daisy. It may easily be mistaken for a sunflower, but has fewer and narrower rays, about 10. The heads of flowers are showy on the ends of branches. 1 to 4 feet high. New York southward and westward.