Goldeneye


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Goldeneye is native to dry soils in sunny areas of foothills, meadows, slopes, alpine regions near timberline and roadsides from Idaho and Montana south to California and Texas.
 
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Do you think that the petals of Goldeneye resemble the petals of Shasta Daisies?
 
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Goldeneye inhabits open, dry to moderately moist slopes. It blooms from July through September.
 
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Goldeneye is a common name used for species of Bahiopsis, Heliomeris and Viguiera, three genera in the Sunflower tribe (Heliantheae) of the Daisy Family (Asteraceae) native to the western United States and Mexico. There are also some species of Viguiera native to south America. The three genera are fairly closely related.Bahiopsis and Heliomeris were formerly included within Viguiera.
Sometimes, Heliomeris species are referred to as False-goldeneyes.

Showy Goldeneye (Heliomeris multiflora) is a perennial herb with yellow-rayed daisy heads native to the western United States and Mexico. It grows in a variety of semi-arid, montane environments. In its first year of growth, it is very similar to Heliomeris longifolia, an annual species.
 
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