Grey-headed Coneflower

Botanical Name: Ratibida pinnata

Height: about 1 m

Season of bloom: Summer.

Growing Conditions: Sun. Ordinary well-drained garden soil

Wildlife benefits: Good pollinator plant.

From Ottawa Valley or eastern Ontario sources: No. Grey-headed Coneflower occurs in prairie remnants in south-western Ontario.

Remarks: Easy and showy. May seed down prolifically where it is happy.

Similar species: All manner of yellow daisies for late summer: False Sunflower, Sneezeweed, et alia.

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