Common Name: Giant Coneflower Scientific Name: Rudbeckia grandiflora
These tall, stately coneflowers are blooming in area prairies and pinelands.
A colony of the five-foot tall coneflowers are blooming alongside the west side of Highway 37 about 3 1/2 miles norht of Clarksville. The stately blooming plants also usually bloom alongside FM 1159, and other Red River County locations and southward to the Lake Caddo area.
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