| Yellow Coneflower |
| Ratibida columnifera|
| Uses: Medicinal
|| Duration: Biennial or Perennial (hardy in zones 4-8) |
| When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall
|| Ease of Germination: Easy |
Native wildflower used by the Navajo and Cheyenne Indians as an analgesic for chest pains, wounds and fevers. Also used as a treatment for poison ivy. Yellow, droopy daisy-like flowers in summer. Height 30-100cm/12-40”.