Ratibida pinnata Gray Head Mexican Hat
A fun, easy to grow Missouri native, Gray Head Mexican Hat, Ratibida pinnata, brings flowers with gray cone-shaped centers that resembles the crown of a hat, surrounded by drooping bright yellow ray flowers. A stately plant it grows 3-5’ tall.
This Missouri native perennial makes a top choice for wildflower meadows and naturalized areas, working beautifully with its native companions Blazing Stars, Coneflowers, Turtleheads and more. With its unique flowers it makes a cheerful selection for butterfly and native gardens, perennial beds, or for the cut flower garden.
An important food source, bees adore it.
Plant in full sun and average, well-drained soil.
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