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Echinacea paradoxa (Yellow Coneflower) Truly an American plant, native to the central and eastern part of the country, it was used by the early native Americans to cure wounds and infections. A great prairie flower, its bright and large blossoms made a successful transition to the backyard. Traditionally purple,...What does Echinacea look like?
Aside from the subtle form and color of its elegant flowers, Echinacea paradoxa also features a dark green foliage of long, narrow leaves with linear veining. Vigorous, this Coneflower is noted for its long lasting blooms and its tolerance of almost everything !Where is Echinacea native to?
Primarily native to Arkansas and Missouri. Echinacea, commonly called Coneflower, has been cultivated as a hardy and showy perennial since the 1700s, both in North America and Europe. Truly an American plant, native to the central and eastern part of the country, it was used by the early native Americans to cure wounds and infections.What does an Ozark pine tree look like?
It primarily occurs on glades and prairies in the Ozark regions of Missouri and Arkansas. Features large, daisy-like flowers with drooping yellow to orange-yellow petals (ray flowers) and very large, coppery-brown to chocolate-brown central cones.