Ozark Coneflower

Echinacea paradoxa
Ozark Coneflower has a bright yellow bloom, while all other native Echinaceas are purple to pink. Butterflies and other pollinators flock to the large, daisy-like flowers with large brown central cones, and birds love the seeds. This rare native …
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Plants 3" Pots
1-4 $5.99 ea.
5-10 $4.99 ea.
11-31 $3.99 ea.
32+ $2.99 ea.
Availability: In stock
SKU
32955-03
Cultural Details
Soil Type Clay, Loam, Sand
Soil Moisture Dry, Medium
Sun Exposure Full Sun
Height 3' - 5'
Bloom Color Yellow
Bloom Time June, July
Spacing 1'
Zones 4, 5, 6, 7
Root Type Taproot
Benefits Birds, Butterflies, Pollinators

Ozark Coneflower (Echinacea paradoxa), has a bright yellow bloom, while all other native Echinaceas are purple to pink. Butterflies and other pollinators flock to the large, daisy-like flowers with large brown central cones, and birds love the seeds. This rare native wildflower is found only in the Ozark region of Arkansas and Missouri, but also thrives in gardens from the upper Midwest to the Northeast. Preferring medium to dry soil conditions and in full sun to partial shade, it blooms along with Pale Purple Coneflower approximately June through July. Other common names include Bush's Coneflower.