Prairie grasslands native, it is a perennial blooming from late spring to autumn
Tolerating droughts and poor soils, it is suitable for flower beds, borders, or rock gardens
Each package contains 500 open-pollinated seeds
Hundredfold has been a trusted Toronto-based trademark since 2017. Good fruits multiply.
Note: Picture 4 shows a metallic green sweat bee (Agapostemon virescens) on a Yellow Coneflower. This native wild bee is Toronto’s Official Bee
The flowers in the pictures were grown in our trial Toronto garden (USDA Zone 6), which was converted from a turf lawn.
Every perennial garden deserves yellow prairie coneflowers. It is native to North America. It is easy to grow. Above all, it is beautiful. The yellow coneflowers display a unique beauty that only belongs to prairie wildflowers, which take you on a long journey and show you the true characters. Hardy to USDA 3-9, it thrives in most regions of the continent.
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