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Ratibida are some of the most unique, visually-interesting native wildflowers around. Tall cones emerge from the central flower head, covered by individual seeds that develop throughout the season, sometimes in contrasting colors. The surrounding petals open and peel downwards, drawing the eye towards the spectacular cone. Ratibida have an exceptionally long taproot and are excellent choices for hot, dry planting sites. Plant this one where it will be seen!
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Grey Headed Coneflower is a native perennial known for its tall, skyward-pointing center cones, surrounded by downward-facing yellow petals. Lovely in a meadow setting, each plant produces upwards of twelve stalks topped with singular, attention-getting blooms. A standout wildflower for dry soils. (Ratibida pinnata)Learn More →
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