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Grey-Headed Coneflower is also known as Yellow Coneflower and is native the the central U.S. It grows in dry woods, prairies and roadsides. It gets its name from the grey, cone-shaped centers of the flowers, which have drooping, yellow petals. Plants require sunny locations and can tolerate poor soils. Recommended for the back of the border in home gardens and plants may need staking. Also good for prairie and pollinator mixes, and meadow gardens.