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Tennessee Coneflower - Echinacea tennesseensis
A true Tennessee native, this coneflower only occurs naturally in certain glades near Nashville. This is a low maintenance, drought tolerant plant that may be grown in the same manner as other coneflowers but is less vigorous than other Echinacea species and cultivars. . It is on the on Federal Endangered Species List. It also attracts bees and butterflies and makes a good cut flower.
Zones: 1 through 10
Height: Up to 2-3 ft.
Flower Color: Purple
Plant Type: Perennial
Light Requirement: Sun, Partial Shade
Bloom Time: Early - Summer - Early Fall
Seeds per Packet: 50 +/-
Seeds per Pound: 80,000
Is this wildflower invasive: No
Is this wildflower endangered: Yes
Is this wildflower edible: No
Is this wildflower medicinal: Yes