||Dry, sun, dunes, fields, meadows, roadsides
||Several bright orange flower heads grow on a single stalk, but only a few open at a time. Individual flowers are about 1″ wide and are made up of 20-30 ray flowers. Flowers close at night and on cloudy days.
||Leaves are linear, toothless, and are on the ground. They are 2-5″ long with rounded ends.
||Sometimes called “Devil’s Paintbrush”, these plants often grow in large patches and spreads by above-ground runners.