Upright Prarie Coneflower Overview
Ratibida columnifera is also known commonly as upright prairie coneflower. It is a perennial species in the daisy family, Asteraceae and it originates from North America. Foliage is narrowly divided, grey-green in colour and covered in hairs. Flowers are daisy-like and produced at the tips of vertical stems in a terminal arrangement. These are yellow in colour, with long ray-florets and a dense arrangement of central disc-florets in a cone shape. This species is well placed in dry garden spaces where other plants struggle.
How to propagate Upright Prarie Coneflower
Divide plants in spring.
Sow early spring.
Special features of Upright Prarie Coneflower
Other uses of Upright Prarie Coneflower
Naturaliser, wildflower/meadow, cutting bed