RATIBIDA pinnata

Commonly known as Drooping coneflower, Grey-head coneflower, Prairie coneflower

(syn. Lepachys pinnata). Toothed, divided blue-green leaves. Bright yellow daisy flowers with drooping petals and prominent cones
Further Reading....
  • Height
    1.2m (4ft)
  • Spread
    45cm (18in)
  • Herbaceous
    Early in the year, typically January till end of March, herbaceous plants might be supplied in 9cm pots to ensure timely despatch.
    Upright, stout-stemmed, branching perennial with pinnate, toothed leaves 2-12cm (¾-4¾in) long. Produces long-stemmed flower heads
  • Hardy - very cold winter
    Hardy in all of UK and northern Europe. Plant can possibly withstand temperatures down to -20°C (-4°F)
  • Full sun

RATIBIDA pinnata

 
individually £14.50 each , 3+ £12.00 each 

 

  • Additional Features
    Good to know
    Sometimes grown as an annual or biennial. Drought-resistant.
    Pests & Diseases
    Trouble free
    Place of origin
    Central North America
  • Flower Shape
    Single
    Row of petals round conspicuous stamens - no more than 8 petals
    To 12cm (4¾in) across
  • Hardiness
    Fully hardy
  • Leaf form
    Pinnate
    (see photos above)
  • Seasonal Interest
    Autumn
    Summer
  • Soil Conditions
    Well drained, dry, poor to moderately fertile soil
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Ratibida - Growing Guide
1.2m (4ft)
Herbaceous - guide for size not form Watering Can
  45cm (18in)
 

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