Echinacea tennesseensis/ Tennessee coneflower - native
Echinacea tennesseensis, commonly known as Tennessee coneflower, is a U.S. native plant and is on the Federal Endangered Species List. A daisy-like coneflower which features slightly upturned, rose-purple petals (ray flowers) and spiny, coppery center disks with a green tinge. Long summer bloom period from June until August. Flowers grow on rigid stems up to 2.5' tall, with dark green, linear foliage.
Grow in the same manner as other coneflowers by massing in the border, meadow, naturalized area, wildflower garden or part shade area of the woodland garden.
'Rocky top’ typically grows to a compact 24-30” tall.
Pot size: #1 (2.55 qts)