Ratibida


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especially aspera and spicata), Monarda fistulosa, Ratibida pinnata, Physostegia angustifolia, Silphium spp.
Equisetum laevigatum, Hesperostipa comata, and Nessella viridula were the tallest species found in nongrazed plots while Carex stenophylla, Descurainia pinnata, and Ratibida columnifera were the tallest species in grazed plots.
Fragaria virginiana, Galium aparine, Helianthus tuberosus, Plantago rugelii, Ratibida pinnata, Solidago altissima, Sorghastrum nutans, and Symphyotrichum pilosum.
Among the most widespread and locally abundant species are Schizachyrium scoparium (except in Georgia), Sorghastrum nutans, Panicum virgatum and Ratibida pinnata.
Other species, including Ratibida pinnata (yellow coneflower), Rudbeckia hirta (black eyed susan) and Dalea purpurea (purple prairie clover), had low field emergence but high germination.
7 T12S R10E, growing with Ratibida pinnata, Manfreda virginica, Quercus muehlenbergii, Juniperus virginiana, and Verbesina virginica, 8 Jul 1998, M.
Seeds were placed in the following order heading away from the colony: Ratibida pinnata (Vent) (Asteraceae), Erigeron sp.
spectabilis, Ratibida, and Salvia officinalis `Purpurascens'.
The dominant species were Andropogon gerardii, Sorghastrum nutans, and Ratibida pinnata (Vent.
wild bergamot; C = 3), Ratibida pinnata, and Sorghastrum nutans.
These include Penstemon grandiflorus (shell-leaf penstemon), Ratibida columnifera (prairie coneflower), and Solidago speciosa (showy goldenrod).
Dominant native species include Andropogon gerardii, Ratibida pinnata, Monarda fistulosa, Desmodium canadense, and Silphium spp.
Prairie grasses (Andropogon gerardii and Sorghastrum nutans) and forbs dominated by Rudbeckia hirta and Ratibida pinnata became evident during Years III-V.
Ranunculaceae Floyd, Weatherholt 1012 Ratibida columnifera Asteraceae Floyd, Maxwell 3337 (Nutt.