Pale Purple Coneflower
Growth Habitat: Perennial, grows up to 3 feet tall.
Leaves: Mostly near the base of the plant, narrowly ovate, smooth margins, curve upward, covered with fine white hairs.
Stems: Erect, unbranched, greyish or reddish green, covered with coarse white hairs.
Flowers: Single daisy-like flower about 3 inches across with prominent reddish brown cone of disk florets surrounded by 12-20 light purple ray florets.
Reproduces: By seed.
Habitat: Full sun and average to dry conditions, drought-resistant.