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This plant has blooms that resemble that of a Black-eyed Susan but smaller in size. It reaches a height of 4'-5' and is found in moist to medium soils in open woods or along streams. An excellent plant for fall color in landscaping. Blooms late summer thru fall.
|Coneflower, Green Headed
This plant prefers moist to wet soils and is ideal for stream banks, pond sides and low wet areas. Its flowers have yellow rays with an unusual green headed center. Grows to a height of 5'-8' and blooms July thru October in full sun to partial shade. Companion plants can be Prairie Dock (Silphium terebinthinaceum) and Cardinal Flower (Lobelia cardinalis)
Found throughout the tallgrass prairie this is one of the most beautiful of all wildflowers. It is native to the midwest. Yellow rays with a gray cone center make up this flower that reaches a height of 3'-5'. A perfect plant for a prairie or wildflower meadow that is easy to grow. Attracts birds and butterflies. Blooms July thru August, in full sun to partial shade. Does well 1n moist, medium and dry soils.
|Coneflower, Yellow Prairie
This flower with an elongated head and lemon rays is native to North America and commonly found throughout the Great Plains and Midwest. It's easy to grow and reseeds easily. This wildflower can tolerate competition from other wildflowers and grasses. It attracts butterflies and blooms June thru August and reaches a height of 2'-3'.
|Coreopsis, Dwf Lance Leaved
Coreopsis lanceolata (dwf)
This Daisy like flower with eight yellow rays make an excellent cut flower. Native to the U.S. east of the Rockies. It blooms late spring into summer and grows 12"-16" in height. Does well in full sun and can tolerate some shade in sandy soils.
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