Plants By Type
Thin Leaf Coneflower
The Thin Leaf Coneflower is a great plant for boosting the immune system when created into a tea. The plant was used by the Native Americans and has also been known to reduce swelling in animals. It can be turned into an oil or an ointment.
Thin Leaf Coneflower is also known as the Brown-eyed Susan. They can grow to be as tall as five feet. These plants show beautiful yellow flowers that consist of several petals and have brown centers to them that show just a touch of yellow. They grow in cluster form. They thrive in a wide variety of soils and also do great in full sunlight. They can also tolerate partially shaded locations. These flowers normally bloom in the late part of summer. These are perennials and grow back each year. They also do well in climate zones three through nine. These beautiful flowers bring a lot of bright color when they are in bloom. They also attract bees and butterflies to a garden or natural area. They look outstanding and do very well when planted in climate zones three through nine. Once these are planted they come back every year and are beautiful. They are also called Rudbeckia Triloba by the scientific name. These flowering plants look amazing when several area planted together and provides a gorgeous look to all gardens. They supply a beautiful look to areas and also a very natural feel as they grow. They can grow to be as tall as five feet. These are very easy flowers to grow and they do not take any special care or maintenance. This is a good way to spruce up a garden area and also provide lovely curb appeal to a home when these flowers are in bloom.