Prairie Coneflower (Mexican Hat)

Ratibida columnifera

A drought tolerant forb with yellow flowers and a cone-shaped center. Mexican Hat (Ratibida columnifera forma pulcherrima) has red flowers in the same shape and is more commonly found in the Southwest. Very drought tolerant and an excellent reclamation species. They normally grow from 18-36” in height and can be found up to 7,000’ in elevation. Flowers bloom from July – October

Lifespan: Perennial
Season: Warm
Habitat: Roadsides, Prairies, Plains

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