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Prairie Coneflower Overview
Ratibida is a small genus with roughly 7 hardy, biennial and perennial species also known as prairie coneflowers, originating from North America and Mexico. Foliage is divided pinnately and terminal, daisy-like flowers are produced at the tips of vertical stems. These are yellow, orange, red or a combination of these colours, with long ray-florets and characteristic spherical or cone-shaped central disc-florets.
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Attracts useful insects
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