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Ratibida pinnata (grayheaded coneflower)

Ratibida pinnata

Ratibida pinnata is a tall, slender perennial that is found in dry woods and prairies.  It does best in full to partial sun with medium soil moisture requirements.  Ratibida pinnata has a yellow composite flower that blooms from June to August.  The flowers have been known to resemble a sombrero.  This is an excellent choice for the back of a sunny border.   

[Photo: Ratibida pinnata; Credit: USFWSmidwest, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons] 

Bloom Time: Summer

Bloom Color: Yellow

Light: Part Sun

Moisture Needs: Average

Size: Medium

Value: Native

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