Mohr’s Coneflower is a perennial wildflower that is native to a small area of the eastern gulf coast. It grows in a few counties in Florida and adjacent areas of Georgia. It has bright yellow flowers on long stalks. It grows in wet pine savannas, along roadsides and in bayous.
Growing Instructions for Mohr’s Coneflower
- It likes moist, sandy soil and full sun. Make a mixture of potting soil and sand. 2. Put the mixture in a pot. 3. Sow the seeds on the surface of the soil. 4. Water the soil and keep it moist. Put the container in an area that is in full sun. 5. When the seedlings have a few leaves they can be transplanted.