The Clasping Coneflower is an annual wildflower that has bright yellow and red blooms. It is native to south and the midwestern plains. It grows in fields and meadows. Hardy in zones 2-11.
Growing instructions for the Clasping Coneflower
The seeds can be sown on the ground in the spring or summer or they can be grown in pots at any time of the year. 1. Sow the seeds on the surface of the soil. 2. Lightly rake the seeds into the soil so that they are barely covered with the soil. The seeds need light to germinate. 3. Water the seeds and keep the soil moist until the seeds sprout. The seeds usually sprout in 3-4 weeks. The seeds can also be started in pots indoors and then transplanted when they have a few leaves.