Coneflowers

This gallery captures two native Ohio coneflowers.  Both species are part of the Aster family (Asteraceae). The first is Eastern Pink Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea).  The second is the White Swan Coneflower.  This species is predominantly a prairie flower but is found in open wooded areas.  Both name their Latin names to reflect their sea urchin appearance due to their spiny central disk.  The Eastern Pink Coneflower is popular in several Greene County, Ohio, parks near my home.

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A patch of Eastern Purple Coneflower featuring their yellow seed centers and purple petals

Purple Coneflower, Carriage Hill MetroPark

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A small group of Purple Coneflower basking in the evening light

Purple Coneflower, Morris Reserve

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A close up of a Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) under a bright sun which illuminates its pink petals and orange seed cone

Macro of Eastern Purple Coneflower, Morris Reserve No. 2

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A close up of a Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) under a bright sun which illuminates its pink petals and orange seed cone

Macro of Eastern Purple Coneflower, Morris Reserve No. 1

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A close up of a Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) under a bright sun which illuminates its pink petals and orange seed cone

Eastern Purple Coneflower, Morris Reserve

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A close up of a white coneflower called White Swan where the petals are white and the seed head displays a yellow gold color.

White Swan Coneflower, Maddox Hall Garden, Cedarville University

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