Slender, graceful flowering stems hold the flower heads above the tidy clumps of strappy basal foliage. Long lavender pink petals droop from the brown cones, flowers in June and July. Different from the Pale Coneflower in that the Glade Coneflower has orange pollen and the Pale has yellow pollen. Both are sun and drought tolerant.
Native Environment: Glade
Culture: Full sun, tolerant of rocky and very dry situations. Garden soil is fine, just do not water too much!
Use: Cut flower
Height: 24 to 36 inches
Spread: 12 to inchesPlant Type: Herbaceous PerennialsColor: Lavender/Lavender Pink/Medium Pink/Purple
Sun Exposure: Full Sun
Season of Interest: Mid (May - June) / Late (July - frost)
Soil Moisture: Average
Wildlife Benefit: Food/Birds Butterfly Nectar
Animal Resistance: Deer Resistant
Nature Attracting: Butterfly
Special Usage: Fresh Cut Flower/Dried Flower
Tolerate: Deer, Drought, Clay Soil, Dry Soil, Shallow-Rocky Soil