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RUDBECKIA LACINIATA / CUTLEAF CONEFLOWER

RUDBECKIA LACINIATA / CUTLEAF CONEFLOWER

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  • Distinctive Appearance: One of the most striking features of cutleaf coneflower is its unique and distinctive appearance. The bright yellow, daisy-like flowers with reflexed petals and prominent brown cone centers make it a visually appealing addition to gardens and landscapes.
  • Tall and Robust Growth: Cutleaf coneflower is known for its tall and robust growth, reaching heights of 3 to 10 feet (0.9 to 3 meters). This makes it an excellent choice for creating a bold and eye-catching backdrop in gardens or naturalized areas.
  • Wildlife Attraction: The plant is a magnet for pollinators, particularly butterflies and bees, as the flowers provide a good source of nectar. Additionally, the seeds of cutleaf coneflower are attractive to birds, contributing to the biodiversity and ecological health of the area.
  • Adaptability to Moist Conditions: Cutleaf coneflower thrives in moist to wet soils, making it a valuable plant for areas with these conditions. Its adaptability to different moisture levels allows for landscaping in a variety of settings, including meadows, stream banks, and woodland areas.
  • Low Maintenance and Ornamental Value: This perennial plant is relatively low-maintenance, requiring little care once established. It is hardy and can tolerate a range of soil types. The long blooming period, from mid to late summer, adds seasonal interest to the landscape, and the dried seed heads provide winter interest while also serving as a food source for birds.
  • SPREAD 80-90 CMĀ 
  • HEIGHT 125-175 CMĀ 
  • PLANT ZONE 4
  • NATIVE TO ONTARIOĀ 

Care Instructions

Different plants have different watering needs. Check the soil moisture by inserting your finger about an inch into the soil. If it feels dry, water the plant until the water drains from the bottom of the pot. Avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot.

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