Heliopsis Helianthoides: The perennial shrub is 3:5 tall, branching irregularly also becoming full in open conditions. The stalks are bright green on reddish green. Variably pubescent slightly hairy, including terete to somewhat angular. Both of different leaves do spread exactly along these stalks.
Those leaves do 2½:5 huge plus 1–3½” over; people do cordate-ovate, ovate, about lanceolate into shape, while their edges do coarsely Serrated. also, read Heliopsis
This upper leaf cover is medium on dark green also regularly rough-textured of minute solid hairs, while some lower leaf surface is bright green even glabrous to short-pubescent. Central veins of these leaves are pinnately provided.
False Sunflower: At each leaf, couple prominent side veins display separated of the central wire near its center. Secondary characteristics of the leaves make reticulated systems that are evident on this leaf bases. The petioles move up on ¾ high, partly flying, also and or short-pubescent. The upper stalks terminate in flowerheads crossing about 1½–3″ over those flowerheads usually do and or less straight.
All flowerhead consists from 8-20 light florets that encompass numerous disc florets. This petaloid lights of all flowerhead do yellow on deep golden yellow. Oblong or oblong-elliptic in the state, and somewhat notched on their money.