Grey Headed Coneflower

$8.00 + Tax

$8.00 + Tax

Description

Ratibida pinnata, also known as Grey Headed Coneflower, is a perennial wildflower native to Michigan and the UP. This coneflower reaches 4 to 5 feet tall and flowers from July to September with a grey-centered yellow blossom. Grey Headed Coneflower prefers full sun to partial shade, medium to dry soil and will grow in muck, clay, loam or sand. This easy-to-grow native plant naturalizes well in open, sunny spaces. Try it in spots where the soil is poor and other plants are difficult to grow. For more visual impact, plant in groups of three or more. Native bees and butterflies are highly attracted to grey-headed coneflowers and use both the pollen and nectar. A quart will include 1 individual plant.