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The gray headed coneflower is an easily established perennial wildflower that can grow up to 5 feet tall.  The cone-shaped center is surrounded by drooping yellow petals.  The summer blooms attract butterflies and birds enjoy the seeds into the fall.  
Seeds require 30 days of cold stratification or direct sowing in the fall. Planting depth is surface or very light covering.

Ratibida pinnata, Pinnate or Gray-headed Coneflower

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