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Yellow Coneflower, Ratibida pinnata, is a short lived perennial that is winter dormant. It is a narrow growing plant that gets 3 to 5 feet in height in Florida. This plant only naturally occurs in Florida in a couple of counties in the Panhandle and is common well northward out of the state, however, it can be grown successfully in north and south Florida. It produces yellow rayed flowers in the summer and fall with the pronounced dark globe-like flower part in the center.