Nature Walk: Sweet Coneflowers
By Taylor on August 29, 2014 in Blog
“Sweet Coneflowers are found in moist prairie swales. They are perennial, can be 5 feet in height and have dramatic spreading displays of flowers in late summer. We may think of them as Black-eyed Susans, which have very similar flowers and found in native prairies, but are biennial, much shorter in height and bloom in early summer.” -Carl Kurtz
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