Echinacea paradoxa, Ozark ConeflowerSKU: n/a.
A rare Missouri native perennial, Ozark Coneflower, Echinacea paradoxa, brings stunning color to the landscape in summer. Its bright yellow daisy-like flowers have drooping petals that surround a large, brown cone. It creates fabulous displays for gardens, containers, cut flower bouquets and dried arrangements. Butterflies can’t resist its tasty nectar, and birds love its seeds. Although tolerant of poor soil and drought, for best results water during dry spells. Dead heading spent flowers will encourage more blooming.
Plant in full in well draining soil.
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