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Gray-headed Coneflower

Gray-headed Coneflower

Ratibida pinnata  


Long blooming, carefree, clumping species with handsome pinnate leaves. Stiffly erect to rounded outline, with drooping flowers of light yellow rays and short, rounded green cones changing to brown. Individual flowers are very long lasting and good for cutting. Good nectar source for butterflies. Drought tolerant. Self-sows. Used in restoration.

  • Characteristics

    Type: Perennial

    Height: 3-4 Feet

    Blooms: July to August

    Bloom Colour: Yellow

  • Growth Conditions

    Light: Full Sun

    Soil: Dry to Moist, Average, Clay & Sandy/Gravel Soil

    Habitat: Dry Prairies & Meadowsm Often on Limestone

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