Echinacea tennesseensis A native US plant that has pretty pink petals that curve slightly upwards, this rare coneflower was one of the first plants to be placed on the Endangered Species list in 1979 after its discovery in a small area in Tennessee (it was thought before this to be extinct). It was removed from the list in 2011 after a recovery due to extraordinary conservation efforts. Most/full sun. Seeds should be planted in cold conditions.
Perennial. 3 feet. 50+ seeds