Ratibida columnifera 'Red Midget'

The daisy like flower heads have bright green oblong cone-shaped centers. The flowers are really fun and appear in an array of orange, red and yellow. This Mexican Hat proudly wears its colors. Heat tolerant.
Item #
4916
Keywords
RATIBIDA, RED MIDGET
Zone
3

Ratibida columnifera 'Red Midget'


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The daisy like flower heads have bright green oblong cone-shaped centers. The flowers are really fun and appear in an array of orange, red and yellow. This Mexican Hat proudly wears its colors. Heat tolerant.

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