The dune sunflower is a Florida native plant that is also known as the beach sunflower, due to its prevalence along the coast. The dune sunflower is planted by the entrance of Hundred Acre Hollows in the Keep Brevard Beautiful native plant garden. Dune sunflowers are great plants for groundcover and bloom almost year-round. Dune sunflowers attract numerous pollinators including bees, butterflies, and other insects that use the plant as a source of nectar. Small wildlife such as lizards also uses this plant as a form of protection.
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