Narrow-Leaf Purple Coneflower (Echinacea angustifolia)

Synonyms: Black Sampson / E. pallida var. angustifolia
A perennial, leaves narrow (linear- lanceolate), flowers are violet, with shorter petals than E. pallida or E. purpurea. Produces a long taproot. Blooms in mid June to late July. Found across MN to Saskatchewan, south to OK, TX; dry upland prairies and barrens. Best in full sun, dry
well-draining soils; perfect for Shortgrass Prairie mixes and xeriscaping.

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