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Common Fiddleneck
Common Fiddleneck Common Fiddleneck Common Fiddleneck

Amsinckia menziesii var. intermedia

Common Name: Common Fiddleneck

Common fiddleneck is found in both wet and dry prairies and has bristly hairs on the foliage. The large, elongating flower stems are bright orange and curl at the ends (like the head of a fiddle). The seed is a favorite food on our native goldfinches. It does best in disturbed habitats and areas of low competition.

Flower Color: Orange
Zones: 6-10
Growth Habit: Annual
Height: 2-5
Spread: 0-2
Light Needs: Full Sun
Flowering Season: Early Summer
Leaf Color: Green
Plant Features: Drought Tolerant, Native to Pacific Northwest

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