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A true Tennessee native, this coneflower only occurs naturally in certain glades near Nashville. This is a low maintenance, drought tolerant plant that may be grown in the same manner as other coneflowers but is less vigorous than other Echinacea species and cultivars. It also attracts bees and butterflies and makes a good cut flower.