Ratibida pinnata - Gray-headed Coneflower
Perennial growing up to 5 feet. Grows in full sun and medium soils. Does well in clay or sandy soils.Yellow flowers bloom from June to August and attract a variety of pollinators. Seed heads attract American goldfinches in the fall. Also called prairie coneflower.
Aster family: Asteraceae
Other common names: Gray-headed Mexican Hat, Pinnate Prairie Coneflower, Yellow Coneflower
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