Ratibida pinnata NGN PT

Gray-headed Coneflower

Yellow flowers with long, recurved narrow petals below an elongated dark disk. The flowers are smaller but have a look similar to that of Echinacea paradoxa. Can grow to 5'. Food source for birds, bees.

Height: 3-4 ft

Width: 18-24 in

Drought Tolerant

Attracts Butterflies & Pollinators

Native Plant Community - Dry Prairie & Mesic Prairie

Soil Conditions: Dry

Flower Color: Yellow

Bloom Time: July, August, September

Hardiness Zone: 3 TO 8

Light: Sun