(Native) Coneflower, Purple- Echinacea tennesseensis #1
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Recently removed from the federal endangered species list, Tennessee Coneflower is well worth having around. Flat, pastel pink flowers with green and burgundy centers follow the sun like sunflowers. These showy flowers bloom from June to August and attract many bees and butterflies. This coneflower species is less vigorous than other species of the same genus, and for this reason, may be crowded out if planted with other coneflower species. Tennesee Coneflower's extensive taproot make it ideal for dry, well-drained sites with full sun.