|Description||Willamette Valley gumweed (gumplant, Puget Sound gumweed) grows in wet meadows and fresh and salt marshlands. The name comes from a gummy, tar-scented exudent on the leaves. Gumweed is an important late-season source of pollen and nectar for native butterflies and bees. Established plants readily self-sow.|
|Height at Maturity||8-40"|
|Light Requirements||Full sun to light shade.|
|Moisture Needs||Moist soil, adapted to late summer drought.|
Tolerates poor, sand to clayey and saline soils.