If you’re looking for an outdoor native flower for your garden, the Ruby Star Coneflower is a perennial favorite and is the deep red variant of the Purple Coneflower! They are found natively from Texas to the whole eastern coast of the US.
The Ruby Star Coneflower's reddish-orange to burgundy blooms are must-have for if you're in need of pollinator-attracting blooms late Spring through the late Summer. Their seed heads also attract finches and other small native birds to your garden.
This is a drought-tolerant plant that is also deer resistant, but thrives in Full to Partial Sun and Medium soil moisture.
|Sun Requirements:||Full to Partial Sun (4-6 hours+)|
|Water Requirements:||Medium to Medium-Dry Soil|
|Plant Spacing:||1 Foot|
|Plant Estimated Height at Maturity:||3 Feet|
|USDA Planting Zones:||4-8