Echinacea laevigata, the smooth purple coneflower, is an Endangered Species
Act federally listed endangered species of plant found in the piedmont of the ...
Aug 4, 2011 ... Recovery Success Stories| Tennessee Purple Coneflower (10:52) ... When first
listed in 1979 as endangered, the Tennessee coneflower was ...
This action will reduce the exposure of endangered or threatened species to
potentially harmful pesticides. The Tennessee purple coneflower is an
Abstract. The federally endangered Tennessee purple coneflower (Echinacea
tennesseensis (Beadle) Small [Asteraceae]) is endemic to cedar glades of middle
Federal Legal Status: Endangered. Federal ... Similar Species: Pale purple
coneflower (Echinacea pallida) basal leaves are up to 13 inches. (33 cm) long
ND Game and Fish. EXPLOITATION STORY. By the early 1990's, Echinacea was
becoming incredibly popular in the U.S. Perhaps, too popular for its own good.
The smooth purple coneflower (Echinacea laevigata) is a perennial herb that ...
U.S. Forest Service; it is the only known federally endangered plant on the SRS.
Discussion Also known as: eastern purple coneflower, broad-leaved purple
coneflower. Listed as endangered in Florida, and probably extirpated in Michigan
Purple coneflower is tough, drought tolerant, easy to grow, attracts wildlife to the
garden, ..... Echinacea laevigata is a Federal Endangered species native from ...
Ethnobotanic: Eastern purple coneflower was one of ... Wildlife: Eastern purple
coneflower will attract ... current status (e.g. threatened or endangered species,.