Growing from anywhere between 3 and 5 feet tall, the gray headed coneflower's bright yellow petals are easy to spot throughout a prairie. As the plant grows, the gray cones which top the yellow petals will begin to fill in with smaller disk flowers that are a great source of nectar for our local bees.
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