Also known as
Cone Flower, Thimbleweed, Cutleaf Coneflower, Green-Headed Coneflower, Golden glow
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5 years to reach maturity
This plant has a mild fragrance
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Cut-Leaved Coneflower Overview
Rudbeckia laciniata is an American native plant that loves full sun locations. It flowers later in the year providing tall striking yellow flowers through late summer into autumn. It can be planted in amongst prairie style grasses of mixed perennial borders to give height and provide pollinators with a late summer food source.
Common problems with Cut-Leaved Coneflower
Generally pest and disease free.
How to harvest Cut-Leaved Coneflower
Generally not harvested, but stems can be taken for floral arrangements.
How to propagate Cut-Leaved Coneflower
Divide clumps in early spring.
Seeds in autumn or spring.
Special features of Cut-Leaved Coneflower
Attracts useful insects
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