This variety of coneflower has long, thin petals that fall away from the center. Blooms earlier than Purple coneflower so it provides a great early season food source for pollinators. It creates a deep taproot so it is very drought resistant but this also makes it harder to move so plan ahead when planting. Prefers well drained soil. A great plant for pollinators when it’s blooming and provides seeds for birds later in the season.
Height 24-36 inches
Perennial in zones 3-8