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Ratibida columnifera

Yellow Prairie Cone Flower
Scientific NameRatibida columnifera
Common NameYellow Prairie Cone Flower
HabitHerbaceous Perennial
Growth FormUpright prairie coneflower is prominently taprooted,
erect, and mostly single stemmed with multiple branches off a short caudex.
Mature SizeHeight: 15-24″ Width: 18″
FlowersYellow. Bloom Time: Early-Mid Summer, Mid-Late Summer
HardinessZones 4-9
Sun RequirementsFull Sun
Water RequirementsDrought Resistant / Waterwise (Xeric)
Soil RequirementsLow Fertility Soil, Well-Drained Soil
Other InfoNative to North America.
Deer Resistant,
Attract Butterflies,
Cut Flowers,
Dried Flowers,
Low Maintenance,
Great for Mass Plantings,
Multiplies / Naturalizes.
Additional PhotosYellow Prairie Cone Flower