Ratibida pinnata - Grey-Headed Coneflower
Bright yellow blooms attract pollinators with a long summer bloom. Ratibida pinnata, commonly called gray-headed coneflower, typically occurs in dry woods, prairies. The bright yellow flowers have a dull-gray central disk and attract pollinators. Good plant for the sunny border or a native plant garden that is best massed because individual plants are narrow.
Height: 3-5 ft
Sun: Full Sun
Bloom color: Yellow
Bloom time: May, June, July, August, and September