Exposure: Full- Partial Sun Moisture: Medium- Medium Dry Height: 5 feet Blooms: July-August
Description: Yellow Coneflower is native to dry prairies and savannas. It has stiff and rough-feeling coarse leaves, and showy yellow flowers which have droopy soft yellow rays. The cone-like green centers eventually change to a dark purple or brown. Many insects are attracted to this plant such as butterflies and bees. It grows and transplants very easily, is drought-tolerant, and makes an excellent cut flower. Yellow Coneflower grows best in full sun to partial shade, and medium to dry-medium soil conditions. It blooms approximately from July to September. Will do best planted with lots of competition from other tall plants, otherwise it will flop over if given too much space.
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