Yellow Coneflower or Bush's Coneflower
This is the odd one in the group, while the rest have purple-pink flowers with white forms, this one has yellow flowers, or more accurately yellow disk rays. An interesting addition to the prairie planting or back of the boarder. Plants start off slowly, with the first year spent growing a tap root with only a few low growing, rough leaves produced.
Soak seeds in warm water for 24 hours, sow and cover seeds, darkness needed for best germination. Germination takes place from 10-50 days at F 70. If little germination after 3 weeks move to the fridge for 3-4 weeks. You can put the seeds in a plastic baggy or small jar with some moist paper towel and put in the fridge, check them every few weeks and once germination starts, sow all the seeds.